Mathematics and Computer Studies
Be in demand. Earn a bachelor's degree in mathematics or computer studies from Molloy College on Long Island, New York. With small classes that foster individual attention, an experienced, accessible faculty and a wealth of hands-on learning opportunities including internships and independent study, Molloy's undergraduate programs prepare you for career opportunities in a variety of in-demand fields from medicine and business to education and science.
We offer engaging, dynamic undergraduate programs in:
- Computer Information Systems. With a curriculum that includes database management, networks, web design, systems analysis and computer ethics, your bachelor of science degree from Molloy will give you an impressive portfolio of skill and knowledge. You can pursue a career as a systems analyst or designer, work in e-commerce and website development, secure a career as a help desk technician, or succeed as a network engineer. Offering the best in state-of-the-art hardware and up-to-the-minute software-and hands-on training in a classroom of no more than 13 students, you'll gain the upper hand in acquiring marketable skills.
- Computer Science. Want to be a software developer, systems analyst or computer programmer? Start with a bachelor's degree in computer science from Molloy. You'll build a basic understanding of computer software and hardware, advance your skills and learn to develop processes-knowledge and skills you can apply in graduate school or in the physical, life, computer or social sciences.
- Mathematics. Molloy offers three excellent undergraduate programs - a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, Mathematics - Adolescence Education and a Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education - Mathematics. Our professors steer you through a modern, technology-supported program that follows current trends and teaches essential skills to compete in today's job market. Our program is fully aligned with the Standards of New York State and the Mathematical Association of America. In addition, the Mathematics-Adolescence Education Program is recognized by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and boasts a 100 percent passing rate on the New York State Content Exam.