The objectives of the Undergraduate Program of Computer Science and Engineering are to provide the student with a thorough grounding in mathematics, science, and computational subjects and to prepare the student for a professional career or graduate studies in computer science, computer engineering and other fields. Students receiving a Bachelor of Science in Computer science will learn to contribute to economic development and society through the development and management of computer systems for industry and research, advance their careers via knowledge of communication skills, computer science, and understanding of computer systems and technology issues, and begin their professional development through professional study and research.
The M.S. and M.E. degrees are designed to provide a strong foundation for pursuing careers in the computer and information systems industry. The PhD prepares graduates for careers in industrial research and university-level teaching and research. All students will publish original research, and be able to understand, decode, and implement computer engineering tactics.Request More Information