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Mathematics and Computer Science Department

University of Wisconsin-Superior

Swenson Hall 3030
Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880

ph. 715-394-8028

Mathematics and Computer Science Department

Fact Sheets

Computer Science - Major or Minor

UW-Superior’s Computer Science program emphasizes computer security to put students on the industry’s cutting edge in this rapidly growing field. Professors pursue advanced study in computer security so they can bring the latest knowledge to their classes. They have incorporated computer security knowledge and techniques into numerous courses and have added specialized courses in security to the curriculum.

Computer Science - Information Technology Minor

UW-Superior’s Computer Science program emphasizes computer security to put students on the industry’s cutting edge in this rapidly growing field. Professors pursue advanced study in computer security so they can bring the latest knowledge to their classes. They have incorporated computer security knowledge and techniques into numerous courses and have added specialized courses in security to the curriculum.

Mathematics - Major or Minor

UW-Superior’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Science provides a core of fundamental mathematics courses along with an array of elective courses that enable students to pursue special interests. Using this versatile, highly regarded program, students can choose majors that prepare them for careers or graduate study in mathematics or mathematics education. Students also can take courses to prepare for careers in actuarial science. (For information about our majors in Computer Science, please see our Computer Science fact sheet.)

Mathematics - Discrete Applied Mathematics Concentration

UW-Superior’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Science provides a core of fundamental mathematics courses along with an array of elective courses that enable students to pursue special interests. Using this versatile, highly regarded program, students can choose majors that prepare them for careers or graduate study in mathematics or mathematics education. Students also can take courses to prepare for careers in actuarial science. (For information about our majors in Computer Science, please see our Computer Science fact sheet.)


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