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Mathematics and Computer Science
Chair: Robert Schneider (Gillet Hall, Room 211).
Department Faculty: Distinguished Professors: Adam Koranyi and Victor Pan; Distinguished Lecturer: Anthony Cocchi; Professors: Robert Feinerman, Melvin Fitting, Nancy Griffeth, Michael Handel, Nicholas Hanges, Leon Karp, Linda Keen, Nikola Lakic, Joseph Lewittes, Melvyn B. Nathanson, Robert Schneider, Christina Sormani, Katherine St. John, Zoltan Szabo; Associate Professors: Jason Behrstock, Gwang Jung; Assistant Professors: Brian Murphy, Robert Schneiderman; Lecturers: Sameh Fakhour, Joseph Fera, Rhys Rosholt; Math and Computer Science Learning Center Coordinator: Loric Madramootoo; IT Academic Technology Coordinator: Marvin Florin
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers undergraduates four different degree programs, as well as a major in the interdisciplinary area of Computer Graphics and Imaging and the opportunity to select a minor in any of these fields. Students can pursue programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree in either Mathematics or Computer Science and to the Bachelor of Science degree in either Computer Science or Computer Information Systems. These programs prepare students both for graduate study and for careers in industry, education, government, and the non-profit sector.
College Requirement in Mathematics
All Lehman College students are required to pass either:
a) a 3- or 4-credit MAT course numbered above 125
b) three MAT courses numbered between 180 and 199 (each 1 credit).
Note: Students should consult with an adviser from their (prospective) major or from the Department of Mathematics to determine the appropriate course(s) to take.
Departmental Honors in Mathematics or Computer Science
Students who wish to qualify for Departmental honors in any of the Department's majors must meet the requirements outlined under Academic Honors in the chapter on Academic Services and Policies in this Bulletin.
Last modified: 9/16/2013