Undergraduate Programs

The Department of Software and Information Systems offers five concentrations in B.S. and B.A. Computer Science degree programs. The B.S. in Computer Science degree has 25 hours of core Computer Science courses, a series of courses to choose as concentrations, and 9-15 semester hours of related work in a discipline outside computer science, possibly forming a minor in that discipline area. Software and Information Systems concentrations offer students insights into some of the most exciting and profound technological underpinnings of the modern society. The B.S. concentrations offered by the Department include:

  • Cyber Security
  • Software Engineering
  • Web And Mobile Applications

The B.A. concentrations offered by the department include:

  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Information Technology

The Department also offers three minors in the following concentrations:

  • Human-Centered Design
  • Interactive Programming
  • Software Development