Computer Science - B.S. (Applied Computer Science)

The baccalaureate program of study, offered only at the university’s Gulf Park campus, provides a curriculum based on courses in the liberal arts and sciences and culminating in upper-division computer science courses.

The program requires 62 credit hours of non-computer science courses and 62 major-area credit hours (a minimum of 42 hours with CS prefix) for a total of 124 credit hours.

The purpose of the program is to prepare the graduates for entry-level positions in a variety of software engineering/information technology industries and provide the foundation for graduate study as well.

The curricula prepare students to become software professionals and strengthen the overall technological workforce on the Gulf Coast.

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