The Computer Science degree program will prepare the graduate for a successful career in the world of technology. Lucrative salaries and opportunities to work on interesting and challenging projects are the rewards which await those who choose the Computer Science major. Technology touches essentially every aspect of life. Regardless what long-term goals you may have, choose to enhance your future through Computer Science.
In addition to the University's computer network, Computer Science students will have exclusive access to several powerful Linux-based mainframes and 50 graphics workstations within the Computer Science Department. These labs have extended hours to provide the students with access during the evenings and weekends.
The curriculum has been designed using guidelines published by the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM). These courses will give the student excellent training in the scientific and technical areas of computing and also provide the preparation necessary to pursue graduate work in this field. The course of study is mathematical in nature with emphasis on software engineering.