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"Courses here are hands-on and focused on learning what is important to become successful in the real world. The professors are also always looking for students to get involved in research with them." - Graham Burek '18

School of Computer Science and Mathematics

The School of Computer Science and Mathematics prepares its students to work within a technologically-driven, rapidly changing world. The School provides broad-based mathematical and technological education within the context of a liberal arts foundation. Students receive in-depth instruction in the theoretical underpinnings of their chosen fields, which they can apply through practical experiences. Please explore our variety of programs and robust network of resources.

 

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Message from the Dean

The technology available to our students is incredible, rivaling large research universities, but without the large class sizes and faculty teaching hundreds of students. The School's faculty members are outstanding, taking a personal interest in each of their students. Our students are extremely successful both while at Marist and after they graduate. Our graduates have gone on to jobs at some of the most respected companies and graduate schools around the world.

Carolyn Matheus, Interim Dean

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