Why would you want to major in Computer Science?
Graduates of the undergraduate CS program will:
- Have acquired knowledge of computer science in core areas and paradigms.
- Have gained analytical and experimental problem-solving skills in computer science discipline.
- Be able to identify solutions to computational problems and implement them using knowledge acquired.
- Have developed communication skills required for computer science profession.
- Have accumulated experience in collaborative efforts of problem solving.
- Be able to engage in continuing professional development and services.
Objectives of the BSCS Program:
- Students receiving a bachelor's degree from the College of IS&T are employed in jobs that makes use of their education, and compare favorably against other students receiving degrees from four-year programs who are competing with them for jobs.
- The College of IS&T recruits, retains, and graduates students from diverse populations.
- Students participate in life-long learning.
- Faculty in the College of IS&T contribute to the advancement of their disciplines through scholarly activity.
- Faculty in the College of IS&T regularly update their professional knowledge and skills, and continually develop and enhance programs to meets the needs of our students and community.
- Students, faculty, and staff in the College of IS&T participate in community and professional outreach.
- Resources available to the College of IS&T are appropriate to the programs offered and are used in an efficient and effective manner.
UNO's degree program in Computer Science has been accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc., the recognized accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology. ABET accreditation demonstrates a program's commitment to providing its students with a quality education.
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