The IUP Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences gives students the tools necessary to organize and analyze data while also providing the theoretical background of the topics that will help students better understand them.

The department offers classes in a friendly and supportive environment that will both challenge and engage students who have an interest in the fields of mathematics and/or computer science.

The valuable skills learned in the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences will translate well to the working world, as graduates have the ability to work in myriad of occupations in both the public and private sector, including engineering, economics, information technology, and education.

Students will also gain the knowledge and information background to help them continue on in graduate school, toward master’s and doctoral degrees.


IUP Collaborating with Indiana Borough to Help Improve Community Health in National Pilot Project

Indiana University of Pennsylvania students and faculty are working with Indiana Borough on a national pilot program to help create stronger and more informed community health, especially in rural areas.

Daugherty to Present on Airspace Applications of Machine Learning

Sean Daugherty will present a lecture on "Airspace Applications of Machine Learning."

Cao to Offer Workshops on Statistical Software R

Yongtao Cao will offer two workshops on using the free statistical software R on March 30–31.

Shahmohamad Presents on Energy of Graphs

Graph energy is a topic of great interest in mathematical chemistry as well as mathematics. In his talk, Hossein Shahmohamad compiles and summarizes many of the recent discoveries and progress made on this topic

Math Club to Meet During Spring Semester

The Math Club will meet every two weeks during the spring semester.