Mathematics (B.A., B.S., with Teaching Certification; Minor)
Computer and Information Science (B.A., B.S., with Information and Computer Science Concentrations; Minor)
Computer and Information Science (B.A., B.S., with an Information Science Concentration; Minor)
The Mathematics and Computing programs are led by five full-time faculty and several adjunct instructors. The programs strive to prepare majors for success in their future careers in industry, business, education, or in their pursuit of a graduate degree. Mathematics majors at Columbia College have gone into various areas of graduate study, including mathematics, computer science, education, law, and audiology. Graduates who have certified to teach are highly sought after as mathematics teachers in school districts both in South Carolina and beyond.
Columbia College's commitment to integrating technology into a liberal arts curriculum is particularly beneficial for students majoring in Mathematics and Computing. Program offices are located in the Barbara Bush Center for Science and Technology. The Center features a computer lab where students can access personal storage drives. Numerous classrooms are equipped with instructional technology that allows students and faculty to present information in a variety of ways.