Enrollment and graduation data for computing degrees:
|Students by Program|
|Year||Program||Fall Quarter Majors Enrolled||Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer Graduates|
|2012-13||BS in Computer Science||282||36|
|BS in Computer Information Systems||75||14|
|BA in Computer Science||56||10|
|2013-14||BS in Computer Science||312|
|BS in Computer Information Systems||53|
|BA in Computer Science||36|
Our traditional computer science degree provides extensive preparation in both the theoretical and practical aspects of computer science. It will prepare you for a variety of careers in computing or for additional study at the graduate level. In this program you will study both general purpose programming and programming for specific purposes and environments. In addition, you will learn about algorithms, performance analysis, networks, computer architectures, information systems and software engineering. You will also work on a realistic project in a team environment. The program includes a variety of focus areas that allow you to tailor your degree to your specific interests. A minor in mathematics is possible in this degree with proper choice of electives.
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