Skills Acquired

The mathematics program will allow you to develop a variety of mathematical skills, such as: dealing with abstract concepts, analyzing and solving problems, constructing mathematical arguments, analyzing and interpreting data, finding patterns and drawing conclusions, applying mathematical theories to physical theories, and using mathematical software. You will also learn to present arguments and conclusions with accuracy and clarity, organize your work and time effectively, as well as build on your critical thinking, communication and teamwork skills.

The computer science program will assist you in developing exceptional communication skills, plus you will acquire critical and analytical problem-solving skills, research and information management skills, as well as improve your attention to detail. The program will foster strong abilities to organize information, to design innovative software solutions, strong system analysis skills as well as an in-depth knowledge of issues central to automatic data and information processing.

Statistics is the study of the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data. Application of statistical techniques is an essential part of decision making and study in a wide range of disciplines such as astronomy, biology, education, economics, geography, engineering, genetics, marketing, medicine, psychology, public health, and sports.