Welcome to ORU's Computing & Mathematics Department, where we are dedicated to preparing you for a successful career in a field that is constantly evolving and in high demand. From certificates and microcredentials to undergraduate and graduate degrees, we offer a range of programs that cover actuarial science, data science, computer information technology, computer science, and mathematics. Under the direction of caring, Christian scholars and teachers, you will explore these fascinating scientific fields and graduate ready to go into every person's world.
Some of the outstanding features of this program:
- Our department has experienced rapid growth in recent years, and we have the resources to support your learning and development. We have modern computer labs, including a state-of-the-art high-performance computer called Titan.
- The ORU Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) encourages networking with professionals in the computer science field and greater awareness of technological advances.
- Our professors are not only knowledgeable and experienced, but they also care about your overall well-being and success. They are committed to providing individualized attention and support, and they encourage you to participate in undergraduate research projects in areas such as high-performance computing, data science, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology.
- You'll have the chance to compete in exciting competitions such as the ACM computer programming competition and the Putnam Exam. In fact, our ACM team recently placed second at the Global Hackathon, winning $2,500!
Earning a degree from our department will set you up for a rewarding and lucrative career in industry, business, or government. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the demand for graduates with computing and mathematics skills will continue to grow in the coming years, making now the perfect time to join us at ORU. As a Christian university, we are committed to helping you grow not only in your career, but also in your faith. We hope you'll consider making our department your home as you embark on your academic journey.
The Computing and Mathematics Department now has social media accounts on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. The Instagram account handle is @orucompandmath and for Twitter it is @ORUCOMPMATH. Scan the QR code below to find out what's new and be sure to follow us!
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Dr. William Collier: Reasons to Believe - September 7, 2023
Read Dr. Collier's recent guest blog post entitled "An Antidote for Scientism—Why Science Needs God "on the Reasons to Believe website.
U.S. Representative Kevin Hern visits ORU to discuss AI - August 1, 2023
We had a productive and forward-thinking dialogue with Rep. Kevin Hern, discussing the future landscape of AI, HPC, cybersecurity, and education.
Computing and Mathematics Department Enews - Summer, 2023
Read about all of the department's recent achievements.
Drs. Lang and Wörner have demonstrated the effectiveness of using transformer models like ChatGPT in accurately predicting physical-chemical properties.
Dr. Wheat featured in OneOklahoma Friction Free Network (OFFN) video about supercomputing in Oklahoma - April 26, 2023 OFFN is an efficient, high-bandwidth network dedicated to high-end computing and analytics research projects. It interconnects nearly two dozen universities in Oklahoma. ORU’s Titan supercomputer is connected to OFFN, supporting high-speed data transfer to/from Titan in support of Oklahoma researchers’ use of Titan. The OFFN long-distance links are facilitated by OneNet, the comprehensive digital communications initiative of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and Oklahoma’s research and education network.”
Three students score on the Putnam Exam - February 14, 2023
Three students from the Computing & Mathematics Department at Oral Roberts University have scored on the Putnam exam, which is considered to be the hardest math exam in the world. Victor Gomes scored 5 points, Caleb Alons scored 4 points, and Judah Clayton scored 1 point.
Computer Science Major Named Thunder Fellow - February 10, 2023
Computer Science Major Christian Ochei named OKC Thunder Fellow.
Computing and Mathematics Department Enews - Autumn, 2022
Read about all of the department's recent achievements.
Computing and Mathematics Department Enews - Summer, 2022
ORU Stanley White Scholar in Athens! - June 16, 2022
ORU Computer Scientist Awarded $400,000 NSF Grant - June 7, 2022
ORU Students Take the World's Hardest Math Exam - April 6, 2022
Computing and Mathematics Department Enews - Winter 2022
9,550 Miles from Singapore to ORU: Gladys Chen’s Intellectual Pursuit - January 27, 2022-->
USAO Leverages ORU Titan Supercomputer for Pharmaceutical Research - November 11, 2021
Oral Roberts University Pushes the Limits of Global Learning - September 13, 2021
ORU MASST Program Hosts STEM Conference on the “Space Coast” of Florida - September 2, 2021
ORU Computing & Mathematics Opens a New Lab - August 19, 2021
ORU STEM Students Recieve NSF Award - June 14, 2021
ORU Scientist Helps Develop Novel Nanoparticle Technology - April 6, 2021
ORU's Computing & Mathematics Advisory Council is an external group of alumni and friends of the department who provide advice and counsel on issues related to programs, accreditation, and fundraising.