BS in Computer Science
Bachelor of Science Degree
Curriculum overview Computer Science Explorations in Computing Introduction to Programming I, II (or CS 1131 Accelerated Introduction to Programming) CS 1141 C for Java Programmers CS 2311 Discrete Structures CS 2321 Data Structures CS 3000 Ethical and Social Aspects of Computing CS 3141 Team Software Project CS 3311 Formal Models of Computation CS 3331 Concurrent Computing CS 3411 Systems Programming CS 3421 Computer Organization CS 4121 Programming Languages CS 4321 Introduction to Algorithms CS 4XXX (CS Elective) CS 4YYY (CS Elective) CS 4ZZZ (CS Elective)
in Computer Science
CS 1000 CS 1121, 1122
Mathematics MA 1160 Calculus with Technology I (or MA 1161 Calculus with Technology) MA 2160 Calculus with Technology II MA 2330 Linear Algebra MA 2720 Statistical Methods (or MA 3710 Engineering Statistics)
About the area
Houghton, with a population of about 7,000, is a vibrant, multicultural community. Michigan Tech is ranked third in the nation for campus safety, according to Readerâ€™s Digest. The surrounding Keweenaw Peninsula offers terrific outdoor recreation year-round
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Are you up for a challenge that will last a lifetime?
About Michigan Tech
Michigan Tech, with an enrollment of more than 7,000, is big enough to have first-rate academic programs and small enough for you to stand out. Our faculty are prominent worldwide, enjoy being mentors, and care about you. Our students are in demand. Business and industry tell us they like to hire our graduates because they have a solid theoretical and practical education, contribute on the job from the start, and have a strong work ethic.
Go where the world is going—and get started at www.cs.mtu.edu We prepare students to create the future.
BS Degree in Computer Science The adventure
Computer scientists understand and design computer software and computational processes— an undertaking that requires creativity, precision, and sound reasoning. Computer science includes theory, experimentation, and engineering design—all in one discipline. Our computer science degree program provides breadth in computer science and an understanding of the needs of the user.
Our program has five concentrations:
• Computer science This is the most flexible option.
• Information systems The focus is on business.
• Applications You choose the area of application.
Where our graduates are working
There’s time to decide
We offer three bachelor’s programs: computer science, computer systems science, and software engineering. If you’re unsure which is right for you, all of our bachelor’s degree programs share a similar curriculum for the first two years, so you can discover your interests and talents before making a final career choice.
• Education Earn secondary education certification to teach computer science.
Some job titles of our recent graduates
• Software engineering Develop large-scale software systems.
We emphasize course work, applications, and project experience, including interaction with industry. You learn the business side of software development from experts in management and entrepreneurship.
Specialty areas include computer architecture, software systems, graphics, artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, software engineering, and human-computer interaction. Besides the computing industry, employment opportunities are available in such fields as telecommunications, government, the automotive industry, banking, finance, gaming, and commerce—even the toy industry.
Adobe Systems AFLAC Amazon.com Apple Battle Creek Public Schools Capital One Fannie Mae Ford Motor GE Aviation IBM Corporation Lucent Technologies Pfizer Inc. Sun Microsystems US Department of Defense
Ashley DePottey ’09 Ashley DePottey graduated in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in computer science. She works at ERSI in southern California. “My experience at Tech, combined with the co-op experience I had at IBM, gave me a lot of the skills necessary to get a job. “The best part of the academic program is definitely the accessibility of the professors and opportunities to get help. College is a lot tougher than high school, and having professors that I could talk to and learning centers with walk-in hours made things a lot easier for me.”
Computer graphics specialist Knowledge engineer Systems analyst Teacher
Some job titles of our experienced graduates Computer consultant Manager President Project coordinator Professor Senior member of technical staff Senior research scientist