The Computer Learning Center will be all online for the Fall 2020 semester.
Refer to your CSC, CMP, or ITE course instructor for details.
Click here For Remote Tutoring in All Computer Classes
Then click on the "Getting Help while NCC is Closed to Covid" link on the left side of page.
Click here For Remote Tutoring in All Math Classes
The purpose of the mathematics curriculum is essentially twofold: to provide a necessary aspect of a liberal arts education and to supply the necessary mathematics requirements for continued study in a baccalaureate program and career demands in such fields as science, computer science, engineering, economics, accounting, the behavioral sciences and other professions. Our computer science (CS) curriculum prepares majors for further study in baccalaureate and graduate CS programs and provides general education courses for non-majors. The A.A.S in Information Technology (IT) provides students with skills that will be immediately useful in today's information economy, including relational database management and Web programming. Facilities on campus include the Computer Learning Center (B225), the Math Center (B130) and the Math Success Center (B109).The following curricula are offered by the MAT/CSC/ITE Department:
- Liberal Arts & Science - Mathematics (A.S.)
- Computer Science (A.S.)
- Information Technology (A.A.S.)
- Logistics & Transportation Management (A.A.S.)
- Computer Information Systems (Certificate)
Download the Computer Science / Information Technology brochure(For students entering the degree program Fall 2016 and thereafter.)
Download the Computer Science Degree brochure
Download the Information Technology Degree brochure
Download the Cybersecurity Certificate brochure
Download the Mathematics Major brochure