Computer Science (B.S.)
The goals of program are to
provide (1) a strong foundation in computer languages and software, computer
architecture and hardware,
and computing theory; (2) effective and flexible computing
skills in problem solving; and (3) a solid preparation for pursuing in-depth
training in one or more application area or for continuing
education in computer science.
Vocational Applications: Graduates
from this program commonly seek employment within IT departments of
any organization, business, government agency or academic institution reliant on
the development of information technology including computer programming,
information and network security or systems analysis. Some students may
seek specialized graduate school training in areas such as Information
Assurance, applied and computational mathematics or engineering.
addition to meeting the regular degree requirements of the University,
the student must take the following courses.
Computer Science Minor
Students who meet the regular degree requirements of the
University for a major in some other area may receive a minor in
Computer Science by completing 18 s.h. as follows.