Revised Program | Fall 2019
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (Curriculum) is designed for students who seek broad exposure to the fields of computer science as well as a solid foundation in mathematics and in the laboratory sciences.
Students begin with a core sequence of programming courses along with mathematics and the natural sciences. They continue to build their skills through advanced subjects, such as databases, networks, operating systems, and the theory of programming languages. The capstone course provides real-life experience through a team-based software development project
Students planning to join the workforce, develop programming skills and learn various software development techniques. Students intending to pursue graduate studies explore different areas in Computer Science and are well prepared for future research.
The department encourages its students to be part of an active community by participating in student organizations. The professors encourage you to conduct undergraduate research and present at the Undergraduate Research Symposium and/or local computer conferences.
This is a designated STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) program.
Articulation Agreements - Please see Community College Relations for a list of existing articulation agreements for this major.