Mathematics & Computer Science

The Mathematics & Computer Science Department focuses on the shift from a curriculum dominated by memorization of isolated facts and procedures to one that emphasizes conceptual understanding, multiple representations and connections, mathematical modeling, mathematical problem solving technology and alternative assessments. The mathematics program is designed to aid students in this transition.

The ASMSA mathematics experience also includes communication through the written word, oral interactions, and electronic media.

Department chair: Walt Levisee

A list of the Mathematics & Computer Science Department instructors and their bios can be found in the Faculty & Staff Directory.


  • Research Through Technology (RTT) 
  • History of Math
  • Algebra II/Trigonometry
  • Precalculus 
  • Trigonometry/AP AB Calculus
  • Finite Mathematics 
  • Business Calculus 
  • AP AB Calculus 
  • AP BC Calculus 
  • Multivariable Calculus 
  • Vector Calculus
  • Differential Equations 
  • AP Statistics 
  • Math Modeling
  • Calculus
  • Foundations in Higher Mathematics
  • Number Theory 
  • Topics in Pure Mathematics
  • Advanced Geometry 
  • Introduction to Category Theory 

Computer Science

  • CAD 
  • C++
  • Electric Circuits
  • Web Applications
  • Programming I, II, III
  • Graphics Programming
  • Artificial Intelligence & Robotics
  • Python

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