Our program prepares you to lead the way in this dynamic, growing professional field.
High school students planning to major in computer science should have a solid math background (four years preferred), along with science and humanities courses that promote reasoning and good communication skills.
Our program prepares students for careers as a Systems Programmer, Computer System Analyst, Network and Computer Systems Administrator, or Software Developer in an industrial, scientific or engineering environment, and for further graduate work in computer science. Mathematics and science courses supplement a strong core of computer science courses, enabling students to design and implement software that requires complicated computations, data structures and interfaces.
ACM is a major force in advancing the skills of information technology professionals and students worldwide.
Our internships are designed to give you actual experience working in a computer oriented organization and an awareness of the organization's position in the community.
The mission of UPE is to recognize scholarship, academic excellence and professionalism in students and faculty in the Computing and Information Disciplines.
Our computer science graduates work in nearly all segments of industry, education, health sciences and government.