The Department of Computer Science is a place that brings motivated students, professors, and professionals together. We train high-quality students to become problem solvers. Our majors are active and engaged in campus life. Students clubs such as Computer Science Club and Engineering Club are among the most active on campus. This allows us to provide exceptional future prospects to all those who study with us or collaborate with us.
The College of Sciences offers students a scientific education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.
Our advisors are here to help. Proper advising will serve to efficiently guide you through all the necessary steps towards your academic goals. The combination of a Computer Science major and Mathematics minor makes students very attractive to employers.
Our faculty conduct various types of research in the areas of computing sciences. Students have opportunities to participate in research projects. Please check out the individual listings of each faculty member to learn more about their specific research areas.
Ph.D. Mathematics (1992), State University of New York at Albany
M.S. Mathematics Education (1986), State University of New York at Albany
Robert Underwood is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics in the School of School of Sciences. His research interests concern the classification of Hopf algebra orders in group rings and the application of Hopf orders to Galois module theory and the theory of formal groups.