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Bachelor's Degree in Computational Mathematics

Why Earn Your Computational Mathematics Degree at Saint Leo University?

The need for professionals who can solve problems in various industries is growing. Our new Bachelor of Science in Computational Mathematics degree focuses on allowing students the opportunity to not only learn the traditional theories of the core mathematics courses, but also spend more time learning how to work with data analysis. Students will learn to use a variety of computer programming languages — as well as other technology tools — to assess and deliver answers to problems that may arise in many areas of industry including health care, sports, and business. Students who love to solve problems, who are interested in engaging with technology tools to identify solutions to various problems and those who like a challenge will have many great  opportunities for careers in the future.

The purpose of the mathematics major is to offer courses that provide students with a strong foundation in modern mathematics. A major in mathematics is designed to prepare the student for a wide variety of career options, including graduate study in pure and applied mathematics, statistics, economics, middle and secondary education in mathematics, actuarial science, government, and industry. The program is structured according to the traditional liberal arts approach to college education.

Learning Experience:
Est. Time to Complete:
4 years
Credit Hours:
120 hours
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Undergraduate Computational Mathematics Program Details

Saint Leo University’s Computational Mathematics degree focuses on allowing students the opportunity to not only learn the traditional theories of the core mathematics courses, but also spend more time learning how to work with data analysis.

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  • What are the on-campus facilities like?

    Students who pursue their degrees at Saint Leo’s main campus near sunny Tampa Bay, Florida, join a community of enthusiastic learners just like them.

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  • What are the benefits of earning your mathematics degree online?

    Saint Leo University’s online learning experience provides a well-rounded education with the flexibility to tailor your course of study to meet your individual needs. We know our students have lives outside school, and we seek to meet them where they are. Online students can count on receiving excellent academics as well as opportunities for hands-on learning.

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  • Taking online classes has afforded me the opportunity to learn while maintaining a job. They give me some flexibility to study at times that work more cohesively with my schedule and allow me to utilize resources such as the library 24 hours a day.

    Bentley Streat | Hayes, VA

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Are education centers near you offering mathematics degree programs?

You may also choose to pursue your degree through one of our education centers, which merge a traditional in-person education with the flexibility to match your lifestyle. Education centers offer eight-week academic terms as well as evening and weekend classes.

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Career Outlook

No matter which learning experience you choose, you will receive plenty of professional development opportunities, industry knowledge from expert professors, and support from the Saint Leo community. All this together means that you will be ready for a successful career or continued studies upon graduation.

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  • How will you gain real experience?

    Senior research

    Complete a research project during your senior year, and present at a local math conference, Saint Leo University Academic Excellence Day or to a faculty panel.

    Job search prep

    Prepare yourself for the job market—research graduate programs, create a resume and participate in a mock interview.

    Co-curricular activities

    Join math club to connect with students who love statistics and calculus as much as you.


    Travel to national and local math meetings. Present at the Mathematical Association of America Florida conference.

What can you do with an undergraduate mathematics degree?

Graduates with mathematics degrees work in a variety of industries, including finance, biotech, government, computer science, insurance and education. A bachelor’s degree in math is a useful stepping stone for graduate study in pure and applied mathematics, medicine, engineering and law.

What are the top mathematics degree jobs?

  • Mathematician
  • Math teacher
  • Actuary
  • Financial Advisor
  • Statistician
  • Software Engineer
  • Economist
  • Physicist
  • Computer System Analyst

Where are Saint Leo mathematics graduates now? 

  • University of Colorado at Denver, M.S. Biostatistics
  • College of William & Mary, M.S. Computer Science
  • Louisiana State University, Ph.D. Mathematics
  • Saint Leo University, M.A. Instructional Design

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  • The College of Arts and Sciences at Saint Leo University offers students a broad education that lays a durable foundation for critical and independent thinking. The essential spirit of the liberal arts is a cornerstone of the varied degree programs. From biology to English to sociology, students enjoy a nice selection of in-demand degree programs for all interests.

    Learning takes place both in and out of the classroom. Students travel to Europe through our cultural immersion courses, research unique plant species while trekking through the Peruvian Amazon, and attend film screenings and poetry readings. With highly experienced professors who bring a wealth of practical knowledge to the classroom, students are prepared to work in a variety of rewarding fields. The College supports more than 30 degree programs across University Campus, education centers in five states, and online.

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