Major in computer science

When you major in computer science, you'll learn how to use computers to solve society's problems. You'll explore new visions of computing for the 21st century, while gaining a strong background in computer hardware and software and a substantial amount of hands-on experience.

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You'll be prepared to work in the computer industry and in business, in careers that have high growth and earning potential. You may work as a computer scientist, software engineer, database administrator, computer support specialist or system administrator. You'll also be well-prepared to continue your studies at the graduate level.

The Computer & Information Science Department also offers a bachelor's degree in computer science with an option in software engineering: the systematic approach to the development, operation, and maintenance of software.


Haiping Xu

Associate Professor
Computer & Information Science
Dion 302G