Academics

The Department offers four baccalaureate programs of study and two master's program:

B.S. in Computer Science, ABET(*) Accredited
B.S. in Computer Science - Applied
B.S. in Computer Science - Information Science
B.S. in Software Engineering
M.S. in Computer Science
M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

  • B.S. in Computer Science

    Major code: 6100

    We suggest the Computer Science program of study for those who are interested in Computer Science in general. This program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET (http://www.abet.org)

  • B.S. in Computer Science - Applied

    Major Code: 6101

    We also offer the Computer Science - Applied degree program for students who have an interest in a related discipline. The Department recognizes that computer professionals write applications for others and this degree program gives the student an opportunity to select a discipline of his or her interest.

  • B.S. in Computer Science - Information Science

    Major code: 6102

    The Computer Science - Information Science is a program of study that will appeal to the student who has a specific interest in business applications. The Department recognizes computers have been employed to benefit worldwide commerce and business for many years. The University of Central Oklahoma has a particularly fine College of Business whose faculty members greatly assist in this degree program.

  • B.S. in Software Engineering

    Major code: 6110

    We suggest the Software Engineering program of study for those who are interested in software engineering in general. Software engineering is the study and application of engineering to the design, development, and maintenance of software.

  • M.S. in Computer Science

    Major code: 6680

    This program is designed to prepare students to meet the demands of a Ph.D. study in Computer Science or a professional position in advanced computing applications in the IT industry. The curriculum offers four optional concentration areas for the students to further develop their problem-solving skills and expertise beyond the baccalaureate level.

  • M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

    Major code: 6660

    This graduate degree is jointly offered with the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. This degree is designed to prepare students to meet the demands of industry, business, and government for individuals with expertise in advanced applications of mathematics and computer science. While ensuring sound mathematical training, the degree program also concentrates on widely applicable computer science principles and provides further development of problem-solving skills.