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Welcome to the Elizabeth City State University Mathematical and Computer Science Department Alumni News Website. The Alumni News features some of the alumni who have become stars in their respective fields.
The Department has designed its curriculum to achieve the following objectives: 1. To develop in all students proficiency in mathematical thinking and reasoning; 2. To assist all students in developing computer literacy including skills needed to use a microcomputer and computer software; 3. To prepare students who major in mathematics and minor in Secondary and/or Middle Grades Education to teach mathematics in the public and private schools; 4. To prepare students who major in mathematics, applied mathematics or computer and information sciences for entry-level positions in industry; multinational corporations, scientific establishments, and federal, state and local government; and 5. To prepare students for graduate studies in mathematics, statistics, applied mathematics, computer and information sciences and mathematics education. Students majoring in Computer Science or Mathematics have numerous career opportunities available to them as system analysts, programmers, system designers, system administrators, mathematicians, statisticians, and high and/or middle school mathematics teachers. It is strongly recommended that prospective students contact the office of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science as soon as possible. It is best to begin planning early so that courses can be taken in the proper sequence. The ONR/NSA Research Laborator is located in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department in the Lester Hall Building. The ONR/NSA Research Laboratory facilitates two divisional computer laboratories. One division laboratory consists of 20 Silicon Graphics Unix Workstations loaded with the IRIX 6.5.6 operating system. All student researchers have NIS Server Accounts to use these machines. We secured an area in our laboratory to hold remote videoconferences with NASA headquarters and other NASA research and training sites. Our videoconference facility includes an Intel Team Station videoconference system which employs both H.320 ISDN and H.323 TCP/IP videoconferencing standards. Three ISDN BRI switched digital circuits allows up to 384 kbps of bandwidth for the H.320 mode. |

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