Mathematics & Computer Science
The faculty, staff and students of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Fort Valley State University welcome you to our homepage. We are delighted that you have chosen to visit us. Included here is salient information about our department.
Our department consists of four sub-units (mathematics, computer science, computer information systems and physics) within the College of Arts and Sciences. We offer programs of study leading to the Bachelor of Science degrees, with majors in mathematics, computer science, or computer information systems. Additionally, the department offers minor concentrations in these same areas. Our department also participates in several 3+2 dual degree programs, in conjunction with FVSU’s Cooperative Development Energy Program (CDEP).
Our faculty is a cadre of talented, well-trained, and caring educators, strongly committed to providing quality undergraduate education in mathematics, computer science and physics. Our program offers numerous core and service courses designed to improve and strengthen students’ quantitative literacy, analytical thinking, critical thinking and reasoning strategies, problem-solving abilities, and communication skills.
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Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Phone: (478) 825-6731/6430
- Mathematics (Bachelor of Science)
- Computer Science (Bachelor of Science)
- Computer Information Systems (Bachelor of Science)
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers a program of study leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in Mathematics. This program provides students the educational background and competencies necessary for effective performance in mathematics-related fields and for entrance into graduate schools.
The Department also offers two programs of study in computer science leading to the Bachelor of Science with a major in Computer Science and Bachelor of Science with a major in Computer Information Systems. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science curriculum involves the study of the logical organization, design, and functions of computers with emphasis on scientific and technical applications. The program provides majors with a firm foundation for graduate study, as well as the necessary skills for viable, entry-level employment upon graduation. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems curriculum involves the study of computer applications in the areas of commerce, business, government, and industry with emphases on understanding systems operations and data processing applications and procedures. The program provides majors with a firm foundation for graduate study, as well as the necessary skills for viable, entry-level employment upon graduation.
Mary Pollard, B.Sc.
315 CTM Building
- Juone Brown, M.Sc.
- Teisha Brown, M.Sc.
- Vestilla Clark, M.Sc.
- Dwight Cornelious, M. Sc.
- John B. Dubriel, Ph. D.
- James Smith, Ed. D.
- Robert Stegall, M. Sc.
- Angelle Whittington, M.Sc.