Computing Programs

The School of Science, Technology and Engineering Management offers a computer science bachelor degree program and two computer science minors. The programs provide students with the opportunity to master the skills needed to work in most fields where computers and computer applications are utilized. Careers for CS and CIS students include business communications, design, electronic media, engineering, gaming, information systems, and planning.

Computer Science is the study of information processes. Computer scientists learn how to describe information processes, how to reason about and predict properties of information processes, and how to implement information processes elegantly and efficiently in hardware and software. The Computer Science BS degree concentrates on developing the deep understanding of computing and critical thinking skills that will enable graduates to pursue a wide variety of possible fields and to become academic, cultural, and industrial leaders in areas that integrate the arts and sciences with computing.