Graduates of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) are working in exciting fields such as programming and designing animation and realistic backgrounds for motion pictures, creating the programs that simulate motion and estimate chances for rejection for innovative medical devices and organ transplants, simulating airflow and measuring fuel ignition around rocket engines for space vehicles, creating software and hardware elements that make the popular MP3 players and increase the capabilities of cell phones, as well as inventing computer programs that help create alternative fuels that are safe for our environment and designing vehicles that gain higher gas mileage and are safer to drive. In reality, our CSE graduates have opportunities to work in fields that improve the quality of life for all of us, whether that is in entertainment, medicine, or science and technology.
CSE offers Bachelor of Science degree programs in computer science, computer engineering, and software engineering. It also offers Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degree programs in computer science. Information about the curricula and program requirements are available by clicking on the appropriate links. Prospective students will find additional information of interest to them by clicking on the Prospective Students link.
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Dr. Sarah Lee
Office: Butler 300A
Dr. T.J. Jankun-Kelly
Office: Butler 319