The programs offered by the Department of Computer Science lead to the Bachelor of Science or the Master of Science in Computer Science. The Department of Computer Science offers two alternative tracks to complete the requirements for the Bachelor degree in Computer Science.
The first track, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with a Minor, is designed for students who plan to have a broad but fundamental education to allow them, when they graduate, to work in cooperation with professionals trained in areas other than computer science. Students who major in Computer Science and prefer to follow this track are required to have a declared minor in another academic discipline as first-time seekers of an undergraduate degree.
The second track, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with Computer Networks Concentration, is for students who plan to have in-depth knowledge of today’s rapidly growing field of Computer Networks. Students who major in Computer Science and prefer to follow this track are NOT required to select a minor.
The M.S. in Computer Science has been designed to provide a flexible graduate curriculum for students who matriculate through its associated degree program.