The College of Sciences offers students a scientific education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.

Recent Alumni Information


Jason Hammond: graduated in Dec. 2016 with a B.S. in Computer Science from AUM. Currently he is employed at Duke-Energy Data Science.

Elias Lee: pre-engineering student at AUM. Graduated in Dec. 2017 with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Auburn University.

Mike Bartsch: Pre-engineering student at AUM. Graduated in May 2016 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Auburn University. Currently he is a civil field engineer at Southern Company, GA.

Mason Nixon: Pre-engineering student at AUM. Obtained his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Auburn University. Currently he is a general engineer at U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command Technical Center.

Ishmael Lee: pre-engineering student at AUM. Graduated in May. 2018 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Auburn University.

Career Options


B.S. in Mathematics | Plan of Study

There is a variety of career options such as actuarial science, computer science, teaching, operations research, biomathematics, cryptography, finance, etc. Moreover, professional schools such as medical school, law school, and pharmacy school often give priority to prospective students who have an undergraduate degree in mathematics.

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B.S. in Computer Science | Plan of Study

AUM’s Computer Science Program, with curriculum based on the latest ACM/IEEE recommendations and an emphasis on high-performance computing, will prepare you for a career in computer programming, networking, database management, multimedia design or technology architecture.

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M.S. in Computer Science | Plan of Study

The M.S. program in computer science will give students specialized preparation in the broad area of Computer Science with four concentrations: a) General Computer Science, b) High Performance Computing, c) Data Analytics, and d) Computer and Cybersystems Security. After graduation students can advance their careers as computer professionals by taking various job positions in the computing industry, research centers, government and academia. Specific employment opportunities include, but are not limited to, Computer and Information System Managers, Computer and Information Security Analysts, System and Application Software Developers, System Analysts, Data Center Administrators, Data Analysts, and Computational Scientists. Also, students will have the theoretical and practical preparation for continuing their education towards the Ph.D doctoral studies in areas of Computer Science, Computational Science, Modeling and Simulation and Applied Mathematics.

M.S. in Computer Information Systems and Cyber Security | Plan of Study

The Master of Science degree program in Cybersystems and Information Security (CSIS) prepares students to become leaders in the field of information and network security, offering instruction and research opportunities that provide graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively assess, develop, and manage secure information networks and to respond to newly developed threats.

Students in this program can find jobs in: 
Information Technology 
Homeland Security 
Government and State Agencies 
Private Business 
Armed Forces