||Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Designed to meet the needs of students interested in software development. It can accommodate students who plan to enter the profession directly from college or who plan to continue with graduate study. The program is continuously revised to keep it up to date. The department recommends that all computer science majors pursue a minor in some field.
|Bachelor of Arts in Applied Computing
Provides an understanding of fundamental & specialist areas of computing, necessary for innovative and creative computing specialists in business, industry and government.
||Minor in Computer Science
A solid foundation in computer science, including software and hardware fundamentals
|Minor in Security
A foundation in programming coupled with information systems security; acts as a bridge between the Computer Science and Management Information Systems discipline
|Minor in Digital Media
Skills needed to organize and convey information and meaning using either still or animated images; acts as a bridge between Computer Science and Art disciplines
|Minor in Informatics
The study of computer-based strategies for information production and retrieval; acts as a bridge between the Computer Science and natural and physical science disciplines
|Minor in Web Development
A strong programming background in addition to other web related skills; acts as a bridge between the Computer Science and business disciplines