Course descriptions for all math courses can be found here and course availability can be found here

Computer Science/Mathematics Major Coursework

MTH 251 Calculus I 4
MTH 252 Calculus II 4
MTH 253 Calculus III Sequences and Series 4
MTH 254 Multivariate Calculus 4
MTH 280 Introduction to Proof 4
MTH 341 Linear Algebra 4
MTH 344 Group Theory or MTH 311 Advanced Calculus I
MTH 354 Applied Discrete Mathematics or MTH 355 Discrete Mathematics 4
MTH 365 Mathematical Probability 4
MTH 366 Mathematical Statistics 4
Choose one 4
MTH 337 Geometry
MTH 346 Number Theory
MTH 441 Linear Algebra II
Approved upper division mathematics elective (if MTH 355 is taken as the discrete mathematics option above)
Computer Science
CS 161 Computer Science I 4
CS 162 Computer Science II 4
CS 260 Data Structures I 4
CS 271 Computer Organization 4
CS 360 Programming Languages 4
CS 361 Algorithms 4
CS 364 Information Management 4
CS 365 Operating Systems and Networking 4
CS 366 Software – Languages and Tools 4
CS 367 Software Design and Testing 4
Choose one 4
CS 363 Information Assurance and Security
MTH 346 Number Theory
Computer Science and Mathematics Electives 16
Approved upper division mathematics or computer science electives. Students must have at least 4 upper division computer science credits and at least 4 upper division mathematics credits.

No class may count in more than one of the above categories.

Computer Science/Mathematics majors must have a grade of C or better in computer science courses and a grade of C- or better in the mathematics courses used to satisfy the computer science/mathematics major requirements
Total credits 104


  • Depending on your initial placement, there are many possible four-year schedules to earn this degree
  • For your personalized four-year schedule plan, please see a mathematics or CS advisor
  • Western Oregon University sample four-year plan page
  • Note this major does not require a minor



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