Computer Science Programs
Computer science is the study of computer systems, including the architecture of computers, development of computer software, information processing, computer applications, algorithm problem-solving, and the mathematical foundations of the discipline.
A minor in computer science has been designed and implemented for qualified students who wish to complement their major with a set of skills and knowledge from the discipline of computer science, and gives assurance of a fundamental understanding of the discipline and provides a basis for more advanced study, thoughtful inquiry into the interaction of computing and disciplines such as engineering, mathematics, physical sciences, and any other field of arts and sciences, and for work in the computer field.
The computer science major under development will provide professional education in computer science to prepare undergraduate the skills of computational thinking for graduate study or for productive careers in industry, academia, and government in the computing field. Students will learn concepts and skills needed for applying computer systems, designing and implementing software systems and developing innovative ideas in a diverse range of applications such as user interfaces, networking and telecommunications, databases, and web technologies.