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Undergraduate Program

The undergraduate program provides a firm foundation in the theory and applications of computing while allowing for additional concentration in areas of choice such as information systems, networking, telecommunications, data and knowledge engineering, software development and many others. Use the links to the left for further information about the program.

A bachelor of science in computer science degree provides the educational background for pursuing numerous varied career opportunities such as programmer, systems analyst, application developer, systems administrator or network administrator. A graduate from the program will also be well prepared for graduate study in computer science or a related field.

The curriculum provides an excellent environment in which to study the paradigms of the discipline, with appropriate balance between theory, concepts, and more pragmatic issues. The program is structured to provide not only the necessary breadth and depth, but also to offer flexibility in tailoring programs of study to satisfy individual career objectives. The program provides strong foundations for graduate study, entry into the computing professions, and lifelong professional growth. Graduates of the program are prepared to assume leadership positions in industry.

Accredited by ABET

The undergraduate program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012, telephone: (410) 347-7700. The quality standards the program has met are set by the computing professions themselves, involving the collaborative efforts of many different professional and technical societies. We are proud that our program is accredited, and you should be, too!

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