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The Computer and Mathematical Modeling program is an interdisciplinary major which seeks to exploit the interplay between computer science and mathematics. The curriculum for this program features specialization tracks that emphasize the in-depth analysis and study of related topics in computer science and mathematics. We currently offer the following tracks: cryptography and network security systems, discrete dynamical systems and chaos, and applied multivariate statistics. We feel that each of these tracks will prepare graduates of this program with either the foundation necessary for continued advanced study in graduate school or for successful employment in industry. We are actively recruiting students who are pursuing degrees and careers in either computer science or mathematics.
Liaison with top research facilities and student internships
New Mexico Highlands University is fortunate to be affiliated with two of the top research laboratories in the country, Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, New Mexico, and Sandia National Laboratory in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Paid student summer internships in either of these facilities will be a cornerstone of the Computer and Math Modeling program. The opportunity to work with premier research scientists will uniquely qualify our graduates for employment in industry or advanced graduate study in either computer science or mathematics.
This program is under the College of Arts and Science
Contact for NMHU Computer & Mathematical Modeling
Dr. Gregg Turner