We are excited to hear you are interested in computer science, the body of knowledge that deals with the design and operation of computer hardware and software, and their application in services, business and arts.
Majoring in computer science moves you to explore areas like real-time algorithms, information retrieval, document analysis, graphics, computational geometry, networking, cybersecurity, information customization, cybermedia, and Internet security.
You Can Take Courses in Diverse Areas
Computer Science graduates are in demand and job prospects are growing faster than the national average. Computer programmers and software engineers are needed in almost every field of human activity. Programmers produce software for many high tech, cutting-edge applications such as aerospace engineering, the streamlining of data flow on the Internet, mining of useful information from large data sets, controlling robots in manufacturing assembly, and sequencing in genetic engineering.
Gain Real-World Experience and Apply What You Learn By Taking Advantage of Opportunities
With a Degree in Computer Science, Students Can Work in a Broad Array of Fields
Now that you are interested, learn more about how you can apply your knowledge in computer science in service to society.