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Computing Sciences Department

If you enjoy working with computers and using your creativity and imagination to solve problems, consider making a career out of it. Our computer science courses encourage hands-on learning in both group and individual classroom settings.

  • Computer Science teaches you about computer languages, programming, database systems, and how to create software that serves the needs of a wide variety of industries.
  • Multimedia Web Design and Development is where you learn how to create innovative ways people interact with technology. Master the skills needed to build and design engaging websites, mobile apps, and computer games.
  • Computer Science and Engineering is our newest major within the department. Combining aspects of computer science (software) and computer engineering (hardware), this in-demand major introduces you to the field of electronic engineering. Learn about digital circuit design and micro-controllers, all while understanding how the entire computer works.

If you want to study Computer Engineering with a strong foundation in mathematics and the physical sciences, you will find it in the University’s College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture.

No matter which area you choose, our expert professors support you with one-on-one instruction and academic advising, and they’ll help you land internships with top companies. Some of our recent graduates work at companies like FitBit, YouTube, United Technologies, and General Electric.

Listen to what current students and alumni are saying about our programs. 

The computer and technology industries continue to accelerate and branch out in many new and exciting directions. According to the Department of Labor Statistics, employment of computer scientists is expected to be 19 percent higher in 2026 as compared with 10 years earlier, which is significantly higher than the national average for all occupations.