WHAT YOU'LL STUDY
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science focuses on understanding the theoretical and practical approaches to computation and its application to problem solving.
The theoretical portion prepares students to make decisions about whether and how efficiently problems can be computationally solved. While the practical portion equips students to analyze, design and implement computer systems in hardware and software.
Computer Science areas include computer graphics, artificial intelligence, mobile app development, programming, computer architecture fundamentals, operating systems, networking, software engineering, database and data management,as well as the more technical aspects of information security.
The BS in Computer Science Program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.
Enrollment data and graduation rate for undergraduate Computer Science majors in the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences:
WHAT YOU'LL STUDY
In the Computer Science program, you’ll learn the key computing technologies such as hardware, operating systems, database systems, networks, graphics, and artificial intelligence. Students will study the logical and mathematical foundations of computing and how to implement problem solutions as programs in a computer language.
Program educational objectives (PEOs) support the mission of the institution and of the school, and they articulate the capabilities that the program prepares graduates to achieve three to five years after graduation from the Computer Science program. The PEOs for the BS-CS program are listed below:
Student Outcomes: BS-CS graduates will have the ability to:
Given the pervasiveness of computer technology in society today, there are many different job possibilities for the computer science major. A few positions graduates of this program can consider include:
Aubrey Bryant graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences in 2019. During her time at Augusta University, she was a research assistant to Dr. Harley Eades, with whom she studied programming languages and logic. Aubrey works as a software developer for Savannah River Nuclear Solutions.