The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Computer Science prepares you for immediate employment in computing-related careers as well as for graduate school. Graduates often become software developers, system administrators, or database administrators. The job market is excellent with the growth in job demand expected to continue to exceed the number of graduates.
- Degree requirements, electives
- Course descriptions (select “CS” prefix)
- Eight-semester plan
- Syllabi for computer science undergraduate courses
Dr. Andrew Scott, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and his students from CS 467 - Mobile Application Development showing off their android app "Catamount Characters."