The College of Arts and Sciences offers students a traditional liberal 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.

Advisor Information

Department Office

New students entering programs offered by the Mathematics/CS department will be considered in two categories:
Majors: are those students who have earned at least 45 college credit hours.
Pre-Majors in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Pre-Engineering will all be advised in the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Center. Contact information: Office – Room 207GH; Phone – 244-3592. Advising is by appointment.
Students who are ready to enroll in Math 1610 and higher but with fewer than 45 college credits will be pre-advised by the CAS general advising office and then referred to faculty advising.

Dr. Mosisa Aga 244-3335 310O GH
Computer Science
Dr. Luis Cueva-Parra
(Last name begins with A-K)
244-3321 310B GH
Dr. Semih Dinc
(Last name begins with L-Z)
244-3251 213D GH
Pre-Engineering (PEN) Advisors
Dr. Yue Chen 244-3261 310S GH

Secondary Education – Math (usually referred when beginning MATH 1120; see education Advisor first)
Mathematics Education majors will be referred to Dr. Scott Brown by their School of Education advisor.

Dr. Scott Brown 244-3862 310C GH

Graduate Students in Cybersecurity Program
Dr. Babak Rahbarinia 244-3314 213E GH

For questions about transfer of mathematics classes or placement testing see:
Dr. Jerome Goddard II
Dir. Of Mathematical Studies
244-3023 Room 213B GH
For questions about transfer of computer science classes see:
Dr. Luis Cueva-Parra
Dir. Of Computer Studies
244-3321 Room 310B GH