The Department of Mathematics & Computer Science has used technology in its teaching of the subject since 1989, beginning with the use of Maple for calculus.

Currently a number of mathematics courses offered in the department use the power of today's computer technology to simulate real-world situations in the classroom. We use software packages like Maple, Microsoft Excel, SPSS, MatLab, C++ and Java Programming environments, TeX/LaTeX typesetting packages, etc. A Math Lab containing twelve Pentium 4 PCs running Windows XP Pro and 2 classrooms with thirty PCs are used heavily throughout the year.