SEE YOURSELF SUCCEED WITH A DEGREE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
Build a solid foundation for career success that includes mathematics, algorithms, computer architecture, software engineering and introductory networking solutions.
Identify and formulate computational problems in terms of a mathematical model. Learn common solution patterns that allow you to address problems and map them to unique computational challenges.
A degree in computer science will help prepare you for high-paying, in-demand careers. Expand your career with wide range of interesting and rewarding positions in a multitude of sectors.
Computer Science students are able to analyze a problem and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution. You can become a highly valued network engineer or application software developer with ideas for smarter research and development. Graduates are well-positioned to transition quickly into the market when internship and job opportunities present themselves.
Career Possibilities and Current Median Salaries
US DOL Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2018
Internship experience provides the foundation employers are often looking for. Although not required for your degree, internships are an important part of your education experience. These are just a few of the companies that partner with Career Development and offer opportunities for A&M-Commerce computer science students.
Further applications of programming techniques, introducing the fundamental concepts of data structures and algorithms. Topics include recursion, fundamental data structures (including stacks, queues, linked lists, hash tables, trees, and graphs), and algorithmic analysis.
This course is designed to help you develop your entry-level knowledge and skills in data modeling, design, and the representation of information in relational database systems. You will use Structured Query Language and advanced features of relational database systems to develop database applications.
This course offers you a comprehensive coverage of the internals of computer systems. Topics include Computer system performance metrics and analysis, instruction set design, CPU organization, memory systems, input-output systems, storage systems and RAIDs, and introduction to multicore and multithreaded processors.
Undergraduate Program Costs
Tuition and fees for undergraduate students taking 12 credit hours are $4,212 for Texas residents and $9,108 for non-residents.