The Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science provides students with the breadth and depth to succeed in this rapidly changing science. Degree requirements include courses in programming languages, data structures and algorithms, operating systems, compilers, software engineering, and computer organization, as well as mathematics, statistics and the natural sciences. Graduates of this program are well-prepared for immediate employment in either the computer industry or many other businesses that increasingly rely on computer science.
Be Aware of Curriculum and Prefix Changes
Several major curriculum changes were implemented in Fall of 2013 that effect all students regardless of catalog year. Please review the Curriculum Transition Slides to see how those changes effect you. The Computer Science Department changed the prefixes on its courses to CS in Fall of 2014. This change affects the way courses are listed in PeopleSoft, and course catalogs.