Interested in virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and mobile robotics?
- You want to move into leadership positions developing embedded computer systems, video games or novel mobile robotic systems.
- You will have labs in Computer Networks and Network Security, Computer Systems, and Microcomputers I and II
- Our faculty are researching image and video processing, wireless sensor networks, distributed computing, virtual and augmented computer graphics, cybersecurity, social networks, and connected and autonomous vehicles.
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The Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science is structured to support in-depth study of areas in and outside the computing field. Students graduate with a solid foundation in computer software, hardware and theory.
In addition to being a great bridge to a graduate program, this degree provides a wide variety of exciting professional and academic opportunities, including software engineering, Internet systems and technology, cybersecurity, hardware development, information systems, biotechnology, business and consulting.
The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts that job prospects are solid for each profession, particularly software developers, which are expected to increase 22 percent in the coming decade. This profession’s median salary is nearly $110,000.
The 10-course program includes digital systems design, real-time embedded systems, mobile robotics and virtual reality systems.
Your research can be conducted in modern lab facilities for digital systems, embedded systems, computer networks, virtual reality systems, logic systems, parallel computing, mobile robotics, mobile application development, circuits and electronics.
This program will prepare you for an advanced degree or a career in any industry that uses computers. This is an ABET accredited computer science program.