Computer Science Faculty: Fennewald, Pilling (dean)
Degree Types: Bachelor of Science (default) or Bachelor of Arts (alternative)
The Computer Science major prepares students for careers in software engineering, programming, data analysis, system administration and management, computer and network security and research and development. Graduates also use their undergraduate computer science background (and analytical skills) to prepare for careers in many other fields of science, engineering, and information technology.
In addition to the core competencies of the University, graduates of the computer science program will be able to:
- Design software solutions to meet the needs of a business, scientific research, or engineering firm that functions within the legal, ethical, environmental, health and safety, and sustainability.
- Implement security standards in all phases of computer science.
- Understand the ethical and professional responsibility of computer science majors.