If you have a passion for challenging course work, practical applications, and problem solving, a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics, mathematics teaching, computer science, computer information systems, or physics may be great option.
You will discover a strong interrelationship among these majors, reflecting the faculty's longstanding focus on helping student find the right program for their skills and interests. The department merges course work with laboratory activities, practical internships, and opportunities for teaching and leadership. Courses emphasize in-depth group activities, enabling you to tackle challenging projects while developing your interpersonal communication skills. These experiences will provide a solid foundation for future employment or graduate study.
Wartburg's well-equipped Science Center is designed to encourage student interaction with faculty members and other students. A variety of areas support formal and informal group learning, and computer laboratories are equipped with software and wireless technology to meet your needs. You'll find additional computer labs throughout the campus and wireless access in many locations, including the residence halls.
Wartburg supports and encourages undergraduate research and design projects utilizing innovative technology, including virtual reality displays and 3-D visualization software.