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Mathematics & Computing

You are a problem solver.

You get a thrill out of unraveling a good mathematical or technological mystery. It’s time you turn that passion into a degree from Lander University.

You’ll study under a faculty committed to providing a quality undergraduate education that enhances your development as a student and prepares you for a successful career. You’ll have access to a wealth of resources, including modern computer facilities and state-of-the-art classrooms, lecture halls and laboratories. And because of Lander’s small size, you’ll enjoy a comfortable openness within those settings. You will get to know both the faculty and your fellow students because you’ll have opportunities to interact with one another and grow intellectually.

 

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Chris Duncan
Department Chair

864-388-8613  |  cduncan@lander.edu  |  Laura Lander Hall LL319

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Department Awards

Awards are granted annually to outstanding university students from all disciplines during a ceremony

each spring.

The following are awards presented by the university's Department of Mathematics and Computing:

  • Computer Information Systems Discipline Award
    Given annually by the discipline faculty to an upperclassman majoring in computer information systems who has completed at least 60 hours overall, including upper level computer science courses. The selection is based on grade point average and promise in the major.
  • Mathematics Discipline Award
    Given annually to an upperclassman majoring in mathematics who has completed at least 60 hours overall, including upper level mathematics courses. The selection is based on grade point average and promise in the major.
  • The Mathematical Association of America Award
    Given by the mathematics faculty to a junior or senior mathematics major based on promise in the field of mathematics. The award includes a one year membership in the Mathematical Association of America.
  • Mathematics or Computing and Engineering Dual-Degree Award
    Given annually by the mathematics/computer science faculty to an outstanding student majoring in computer science or mathematics and intending to earn an engineering degree at Clemson University. The recipient should be in the final year of study at Lander University prior to matriculating to Clemson University. The selection is based on grade point average and potential for success in the field of engineering.

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