The Department of Computer Science supports undergraduate and graduate computing degrees in computing including the B.S. in both Computer Science and in Information Technology and the M.S. in Computer Science.
The Concentration in Professional Computing (CPC) within the B.S. in Computer Science is nationally accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology (ABET). The M.S. in Computer Science includes a concentration in Informatics.
We offer other students opportunities to enhance their education through an undergraduate minor in Computer Science, a CISCO Networking Academy, and for graduate students only, the Certificate in Object Oriented Computing and a sequence of graduate level computing courses for those without a background in computing.