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Math and Computing Degrees

Up Here, Knowledge Knows No Bounds

As technology increasingly drives the economy and growth in the computing and data fields, our students are prepared for in-demand careers that require high-level math and computer skills. Your potential for success is boundless, with opportunities in finance, business, computer science, education, engineering, programming, systems analysis, and other areas. At NVU, you’ll have the advantage of small classes with personal attention from faculty who will advise and mentor you.

You’ll benefit from our focus on critical-thinking, innovation, creativity, and collaboration — all abilities that employers expect. Those skills and the hands-on experience you’ll gain will help you adjust quickly to change with a forward-thinking attitude.


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Northern Vermont University will join with Castleton University and Vermont Technical College to become Vermont State University on July 1, 2023. Learn more and apply for fall 2023.

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North Leads Us to Question

If you’re fascinated by big data, modeling, analysis, hardware, security, or similar technology, you’ll make an impact by solving real-world problems that affect our everyday life.

Here are some highlights of our math and computer science programs:

  • As a computer information systems student, you can gain a competitive edge in the job market by tutoring other students, working as a paid intern at a local business, and presenting your work at conferences
  • In our computer information systems program, you can choose a concentration in information technology or software engineering to deepen your knowledge before you start your career
  • Our programs are well-suited for teaching and solid preparation for graduate school. Students in both campus programs can pursue licensure endorsement to teach math
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“Faculty learn your name and a whole bunch of things about you, and sometimes they’re able to personalize the class for you. If you’re ahead of the curve, they can give you harder assignments.”

– Collin Safford ’19


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