Advising Coordinator: Angela Pena, Department Administrator
Montclair State' College of Science and Mathematics offers three undergraduate majors in Computer Science and Information Technology: a traditional Computer Science (BS) degree and an Information Technology (BS) degree. With the Computer Science degree are elective concentrations in Science Informatics and a Professional Computing, which is nationally accredited by the Board of Engineering Technology.
The Computer Science curriculum prepares students to design and implement software, to consider new ways to use computers, to assist in improving solutions to computer problems, and generally helps students to adapt to new ideas.
The Information Technology degree prepares students to use computing technology as the glue between people needs and computers. Both CS and IT students learn about theory, innovation and computing applications, although CS works more with theory and innovation while IT focuses more on computing applications.
Prerequisite Structure (pdf)
The "New" Curricula listed below have updated course information. View the Course Modifications for cross-listings and updated information!
- BS in Computer Science (CPSC)
- BS in Computer Science, Informatics Concentration (CPIN)
- BS in Computer Science, Professional Computing Concentration (CPPC)
- BS in Information Technology (INFT)
- Science Informatics [Computer Science Concentration, Biology Concentration, Biochemistry Concentration]