Math and Computer Studies

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Preparing you for today's in-demand careers in math & computer science

Careers that require math skills are expected to grow at a rapid pace over the next decade, Virtually every field from business, education, science and mathematics benefit from the analytical and conceptual mindset of a mathematics major. If you have a penchant for solving problems in technology you can pursue jobs as a computer scientist, or a hardware engineer with a degree in computer science. If you prefer to apply your technical skills you can support and add value to business organizations, then become that application analyst or IT consultant with a degree in computer information systems.

Degree Options

  • BA Mathematics

    A degree in Mathematics will prepare you to pursue careers in a variety of fields like business, science, math or education.

  • BA Computer Science

    A degree in Computer Science will preare you for the challenges of today's high demand computer industry.

  • BS Computer Information Systems

    A degree in Computer Information Systems will prepare you to enter any of the high demand fields requiring an IT consultant or an applications analyst.

  • Mathematics Education Programs

    In partnership with the School of Education we offer degrees that prepare you for teaching at the elementary or secondary level. The full list of Education degree offerings is as follows:Childhood Education 1-6/Early Childhood Birth-2, Childhood Education/Special Education, Five Year Combined Degree Childhood Education/Special Education, Five Year Combined Degree Childhood/TESOL, Adolescence Education, Adolescence Education/Special Education, Five Year Combined Degree Adolescence/Special Education or the Five Year Combined Degree Adolescence Education/TESOL program requirements, refer to "Mathematics Education Program of Study" in the "School of Education and Human Services" section of the catalog.

  • Mathematics Double Majors with Education Programs

    Adolescence Education programs in Mathematics that may be combined with a Mathematics—B.A. program are:

    • Adolescence Education - Mathematics—B.A.
    • Adolescence Education - Mathematics/Special Education—B.A.
    • Adolescence Education - Mathematics/Special Education—B.A./M.S.
    • Adolescence Education - Mathematics/TESOL—B.A./M.S.

    Students doing two majors must complete all program requirements for both. For Adolescence Education Mathematics majors, the B.A. Mathematics program of study requires:

    • MAT 3240- Adolescence Education majors should take MAT 3240 as one of their 6 credits of Mathematics Electives to apply to both programs.
    • MAT 4600(Internship) - Beyond the 6 Mathematics Electives required, Adolescence Education majors must take one additional 3 credit MAT course to be substituted for MAT 4600 (Internship), under consultation with the Mathematics chairperson.
    • For Education majors, MAT 3200is a curriculum course for educators and cannot be applied to the B.A. Mathematics requirements.

The Forty-Fourth Biennial Convention of Kappa Mu Epsilon at Molloy University (April 13 – April 15, 2023)



Chapter NY Rho will be hosting the 44th Biennial Convention of Kappa Mu Epsilon at Molloy University in Rockville Centre, NY on April 13 -April 15, 2023.  Please read the official announcement for information on nominations for The George R. Mach Distinguish Service Award and The Rhonda McKee and Don Tosh Outstanding Award.


If you have any questions, please let us know via email at

  • Announcement

    Please read the official announcement for information on nominations for The George R. Mach Distinguish Service Award and The Rhonda McKee and Don Tosh Outstanding Award.

    Download Announcement Here
  • Registration

    Registrants should email Manyiu Tse or Deborah Upton at  Include the following information:

    Sponsor Name
    Sponosr Email
    College or University
    KME Chapter (State and Greek letter)
    Number of Participants
    Participant Names and Email Addresses 

    The registration fee is $60 per person.  It includes dinner on Thursday evening for the social event, breakfast and lunch on Friday, breakfast on Saturday, and KME swag.  Checks payable to Molloy University.  Along with the check, please send the names of the registrants and their email addresses to:

    Molloy University

    Manyiu Tse

    Math and Computer Studies Department

    1000 Hempstead Avenue

    Rockville Centre, NY 11571

    Once received, you will receive a notification from us.

  • Lodging

    Hotel Reservations will be made on a first come, first served basis.  The Rockville Centre Hotel serves as the accommodations for the 44th Biennial Convention of KME.  The address is 

    Rockville Centre Hotel
    1 Sunrise Highway
    Lynbrook, NY 11563
    (516) 596-3000

    and is approximately 3 miles to Molloy University.  Rooms are available at the MOLLOY rate by clicking the link below.  Input MOLLOY after selecting the 2_Rate Access/Corporate Code to avail of the discount online or call 516 596 3000 and mention the MOLLOY College or MOLLOY code and they will be able to avail of the special rate.

  • Travel Funds

    The usual travel support plus $314 will be available to any attending chapter.  If you have any questions on funding, please email David Dempsey (KME National Treasurer) at

  • Call for Abstracts - Deadline Extended

    Please encourage your students to present and visit NY!  Fill out the Student Abstract Cover Sheet and email it to president-elect Scott Thuong at  The deadline for abstracts has been extended to March 3, 2023.

    Download Student Abstract Cover Sheet Here
  • Call for Faculty Workshop Proposals

    Please encourage your colleagues (do NOT have to be KME members) to conduct workshops and visit NY!  Fill out the Faculty Workshop Proposal and email it to president-elect Scott Thuong at


    Download Faculty Workshop Proposal Here
  • The Math Museum

    Depending on interest (and schedule), we would like to plan a trip on Thursday April 13 to the National Museum of Mathematics (  It is located on 11 East 26th Street in New York City.  If you are interested, let us know via email at  The math museum is open from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM.  Our mixer will be from 7:00 - 9:00 PM at Molloy.  

Department Chair

Manyiu Tse

1000 Hempstead Ave
Rockville Centre New York 11570,