The Computer Science program emphasizes theoretical and mathematical foundations of computing. It prepares students for careers like computer systems analyst, software developer, artificial intelligence, database engineer, chief security officer and many more.
What careers can this major prepare you for?
Graduates work in careers such as Systems Analyst/Engineer, Business System Analyst, Software Systems Engineer, E-Commerce Analyst.
What skills are developed within this major?
Students learn apply principles of mathematics, science, and engineering in a variety of contexts. They hone their ability to use the techniques, skills, and tools necessary for science and engineering practice as well as design and conduct experiments. They learn to analyze and interpret data.
Association for Computing Machinery
Students in the Computer Science program choose areas of interest from the technical electives in their senior year. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is a program in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The Computer Science program prepares engineers to enter and contributions to the field of computing. The program showcases the various roles computing plays in significant aspects of the world.
The program includes a spectrum of courses and considerable laboratory experience. In addition, depth in computer engineering is provided by technical electives.
Computer Science students are limited to two grades of D in CIS courses. Technical electives must be chosen from the available CIS courses.