Use Math and Science to Further Your Career in the Field of Information Systems
How can the study of mathematics be applied to help businesses gain a competitive edge in today’s marketplace? There are many answers, but one of the best ways is to increase the efficiency and ability of their information systems to allow them to analyze data and make smart, data-driven decisions. Solving problems and creating smart solutions for businesses are just a few of the things someone with a degree in computational mathematics – information systems might do.
Gain the mathematical knowledge and skills for endless career opportunities by pursuing a B.S. in Computational Mathematics – Information Systems from Liberty University. Through this degree, you can be equipped with the skills necessary for careers in data analytics, finance, government, business, and technology contexts. Your focus on information systems will help you gain a foundational knowledge of the implementation and management of computer and web development in support of business objectives.
So what are you waiting for? You want a lucrative career, and you need a valuable skill set to get you there. Pursuing our information systems mathematics degree means gaining the knowledge and tools needed to work in the growing field of computational math and information systems.
Why Choose Liberty’s Computational Mathematics – Information Systems Degree?
When receiving your degree from Liberty University, you can study with confidence. You’ll know you’re getting real-life experience, courses that meet accreditation requirements, and professional faculty members who partner with you for success.
With a degree in computational mathematics, you will be preparing yourself for a variety of industrial, medical, and information technology-related careers. What’s more, jobs related to computers and information systems are projected to have a faster than average growth of 10% through 2029 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.*
Your information systems specialization will grant you further focus for a career working to help businesses further their use of data in business and how best to utilize it in a safe and efficient manner. You can learn how to develop solutions to problems and how to safeguard an organization’s data while increasing the speed, accuracy, and capacity of their systems to maintain a competitive edge in today’s marketplace.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, at Computer and information systems-managers, 2019 (viewed online December 17, 2020). Cited projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions and do not guarantee actual job growth.
What Will You Learn in Our Computational Mathematics Degree?
As part of your B.S. in Computational Mathematics – Information Systems degree, you will complete courses in English, natural science, social science, and research, as well as courses on Christian principles. These courses will help guide you through your professional life no matter what career path you take. However, we also aim to provide you with a specific skill set related to your calling in life.
With a major in applied mathematics, you’ll take all the core courses you need to set yourself up for success in any math-based field. Your courses will include topics like probability, linear regression, and calculus. This degree will focus on subjects related to applied math like differential equations and mathematical modeling and simulation to help you gain the practical experience you need for various industries.
The information systems specialization will further your applied mathematics skills by teaching you about the design, selection, implementation, and management of enterprise business solutions. Learning how to employ technology to achieve a competitive advantage in business will be one of the cornerstones for your future as an information systems professional.
You will also gain a thorough knowledge of the foundation of web architecture and the current technologies used in website development. An essential part of your education will be learning the basic issues and principles of information system security. Understanding the risks associated with personal and business use of computers can help you employ prudent measures to defend your future employer against malicious cyber attacks.
- CSIS 110 – Introduction to Computing Sciences
- CSIS 208 – Application Programming
- MATH 211 – Introduction to Statistical Analysis
- MATH 250 – Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
Highlights of Our Online Computational Mathematics Degree
- We are recognized by multiple institutions for our academic quality, affordability, and accessibility. Our commitment to excellence also helped us rank among Niche.com’s top 3 online schools in America. Earning your online mathematics degree from a nonprofit university with this kind of recognition can help set you apart from others in your field.
- Your success is our success, which is why we are committed to providing quality academics at an affordable tuition rate. While other colleges are increasing their tuition, we have frozen tuition rates for our undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs for the past 8 years – and counting.
- To continue our mission of providing affordable education, electronic textbooks are provided for all undergraduate courses at no cost to you. As a full-time student, this could save you an estimated $800-2,000 per year on textbooks!
- All professors have real-life experience in the field and teach courses from a biblical worldview.
- Learn how to solve problems with math that is focused on creating solutions.
- Students who complete this program can be well-prepared to work in business, finance, or information technology-related fields.
Computational Mathematics Information Systems Degree Information
- This program falls under the College of Arts and Sciences.
- View the Degree Completion Plan.
- View the Undergraduate Arts and Sciences Course Guides (login required).
Military Benefits for Our Online B.S. in Computational Mathematics
Liberty University is dedicated to providing world-class educational experiences to military students across the globe. Whether you are a current service member, discharged or retired from service, or the spouse of a service member or veteran, we are here to support you every step of the journey.
As a thank-you for your dedication and service to our country, Liberty is honored to serve and support you in your pursuit of online education by offering the following benefits:
- Tuition discounts – $250 per credit hour for undergraduate courses
- Additional discount for veterans who serve in a civilian capacity as a First Responder (less than $565 per course)
- 8-week courses, 8 different start dates each year, and no set login times (may exclude certain courses such as practicums, internships, or field experiences)
- Potential college credit for military training
Career Opportunities for Computational Mathematics – Information Systems Graduates
- Computer and information research scientist
- Data analyst
- Network and computer systems administrator
- Operations researcher
Admission Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees
Applicants must have a 2.0 or above cumulative GPA for admission in good standing. Please visit our admission requirements page for more detailed admissions-related information.
All applicants must submit the following:
- Admission application
- Application fee*
- Official college transcripts
- Unofficial college transcripts may be accepted with a completed official transcript request form**
- High School Self-Certification form and official high school transcripts within first 12 credit hours
- Proof of English proficiency (for applicants whose native language is other than English)
*There is no upfront application fee; however, a deferred $50 application fee will be assessed during Financial Check-In. This fee is waived for qualifying service members, veterans, and military spouses – documentation verifying military status is required.
**An official transcript is needed within 60 days of acceptance or before non-attendance drops for the first set of matriculated classes, whichever comes first.