Computer Science

Undergraduate students may earn a bachelor’s degree in computer science which gives them a strong foundation both in computer science, mathematics and algorithms. In addition, students have the opportunity to participate in high-impact faculty research in a variety of areas, including computational systems biology, cyber-physical systems sensing, graphics and vision, human-computer interaction and machine learning and artificial intelligence, to name a few. Students will be prepared for a wide range of disciplines or to continue into graduate study. Students may also choose a five-year BS/MS program in computer science. 
 
Graduate students have the option of a master of science degree in computer science, directed toward students with a computer science background who are looking for a software-focused program, or a master of engineering (MEng) in computer science & engineering, which is designed for students who would like to combine studies in computer science and computer engineering. 

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