Computer Science offers a diverse range of program opportunities for undergraduate study. Our goal is to provide innovative and high quality programs that support the many and varied interests of our students.
Computer science students not only design, implement, test and maintain individual software applications but also develop and manage larger systems that integrate a wide range of components. Students graduating from this program find themselves working in careers such as software analysts, database designers, software engineers, systems managers and programmer analysts.
The computer science undergraduate program consists of 120 hours of study, and it is designed to give a broad overview of the foundations of the discipline, focusing on fundamental concepts that can be applied in any environment and situation.
The B.S. degree in Cyber Security provides students with the technical skills and theoretical concepts needed to protect the Internet-connected hardware, software and data of computer systems.
This minor is designed for students who wish to do graduate work in computer science, perhaps as a secondary field to their major area.
The minor is designed for students who are seeking to become computer literate in today’s rapidly advancing technology.