B. Kjell, Chair; F. Abdollahzadeh, J. M. Calvert, S. Kurkovsky, Z. Markov, I. Pevac, N. Zlatareva (Dept. phone: 860-832-2710)
The Department of Computer Science offers a full range of courses for students who plan to enter computing careers in business or industry, or who plan to enter graduate school. The department offers an honors and an alternative program of study. Both programs lead to a BS degree in computer science. Computer science majors take courses covering program design, data structures, assembly language programming, digital design, and systems programming. Advanced courses include artificial intelligence, database design, networking, graphics, software engineering, and Web-centric computing. Computer science majors may participate in the Cooperative Education program. This program, open to juniors and seniors, allows students to receive academic credit for work in an industrial environment.
The University's computing and networking facilities provide students with access to specialized software packages, streaming video, and Web-based teaching and learning.
Major in Computer Science, BS (Honors) (Non-Teaching; CAC/ABET-accredited, 64 credits)
Major in Computer Science, BS (Alternative, Non-teaching, 38 credits)
Minor in Computer Science (18 credits)
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