Undergraduate Programs

An undergraduate TWU mathematics student works on a probability and statistics assignment.
Photo by Michael Modecki.

Bachelor of Science Degrees

TWU's Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers bachelor of science degrees in mathematics, computer science, health informatics and informatics. We also have specialized degree plans if you wish to pursue a career in math education, computational math, statistics, engineering, information technology or programming/software engineering. Certification to teach in public schools in Texas is available in mathematics for grade levels 4-8 and 7-12. Teacher certification for computer science also is available for the secondary level.

Our informatics programs were introduced in fall 2015. Learn more about informatics and our four degree tracks here.

Degree Plans

Programs of study for our undergraduate degrees:

B.S. in Mathematics
B.S. in Computer Science
B.S. in Health Informatics with Clinical Applications Minor
B.S. in Health Informatics with Health Studies Minor
B.S. in Informatics with Community Informatics Minor
B.S. in Informatics with Data Science Minor
B.S. Mathematics 4-8 Mathematics Certification
B.S. Mathematics 7-12 Mathematics Certification
B.S. Computer Science 8-12 Computer Science Certification

Course Rotation

Mathematics and Computer Science Course Rotation

Mathematics/Engineering Dual Degree Program

In collaboration with the University of North Texas (UNT), TWU provides a dual degree option enabling students to attend the two universities simultaneously and graduate with a B.S. in mathematics degree from TWU and a B.S. in engineering degree (electrical, mechanical and energy, biomedical, or material science) from UNT. Scholarships are available for qualified applicants.

How to Apply

Need More Information?

For complete information regarding our undergraduate programs, contact:

Dr. Don Edwards
Professor and Chair
TWU Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
DEdwards@twu.edu