The Computer Science and Mathematics (MACS) program offers a bachelor degree with two concentrations, one in mathematics and the other on computer science. Students choose one of the concentrations to better focus their education in that particular direction.
The MACS program has the best students in Georgia according to their performance on the Georgian Unified National Examinations. For example, the top seven scorers on the 2011 Exam are currently enrolled in the MACS program.
The MACS program has three main objectives: graduates should be (1) ready for employment, (2) able to pursue graduate studies in leading universities worldwide, and (3) able to start their own business. Graduates should be able to fill positions related to any aspect of software engineering, information technology management, etc.