The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree offers concentrations in Traditional Computer Science, Gaming Technology, Cyber Security. Coursework includes classes in programming, data structures, networking, databases, system analysis and design, operating systems, human computer interface, scripting languages and various special topics classes. Programming languages include C#, C++, HTML 5, PHP, and Python. Computer science is an ever-changing field and coursework is modified to stay up-to-date. Students should remain in contact with their advisors.
The program provides professional training in Computer Science for students interested in becoming software engineers, high school computer science teachers, or simply augmenting other skills with the requisite knowledge of computers and programming necessary to be successful in the modern workplace.
Traditional Computer Science Concentration
Learn programming languages and skills to build software applications and solutions to business programs. The C# language is becoming increasingly important in education, government, and industry.
Gaming Technology Concentration
Create animations, games and applications for Apple, PC and Android platforms.
Cyber Security Concentration
Set up, manage, and audit security technologies.
Computer Science Teacher Certification
Minor in Computer Science
Students may minor in computer science by completing 18 semester credit hours of computer science courses. These include Computer Science 1309, 1320, 2315 and either 2305 or 2360, plus two upper-level CS, CIS, CSAT, or CSST courses.