Math and Computer Science

Math and Computer Science

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Francis Johnson, a 2007 alumnus of Eastern Mennonite University and the Washington Community Scholars’ Center program, has been named a Nonprofit Technology Fellow for the Okta for Good Nonprofit Technology Initiative.

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Logical analysis, precise measurements, forecasting trends and engineering problems of all sorts have a common thread – mathematics. Math has become an even more powerful tool in the digital age with modern computers and software. Our math and computer science programs prepare students for graduate study, teaching, and careers in business or industry.



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  • Academic scholarships range from $10,000 to $23,000 per year and are renewable for four years depending on academic performance.
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