Computer Science and Information Systems
The department offers baccalaureate degree programs in computer science (CS) and in computer information systems (CIS) and concentrations are available in computer game technology (CGT) and software, Web, and computer security (Security). A CS or CIS major can earn one or both concentrations. Minors are also offered in computer science and information systems and CGT.
The department offers master degree programs in computer science (CS) and in computer information systems (CIS), and concentrations are available in 1) software engineering, 2) intelligent systems, databases, and data mining, 3) Web technologies and systems, 4) theoretical computer science, 5) emerging topics in computer science, 6) software, Web and computer security, 7) computer game technology, and 8) emerging topics in computer information systems.
Both CS and CIS majors are trained to analyze requirements, design, develop, and test software systems, devise new innovations and applications in computing, and solve scientific, engineering, and business problems requiring computer applications.
CS and CIS graduates are employed by a variety of industries and non-profit organizations as software engineers and/or developers, system administrators and/or developers, system analysts, network administrators, Web developers and/or technologists, software test engineers, and database administrators and/or developers.
Berger shares game development experience with students
Cox one of 11 to receive national scholarship
Christa Cox ’15, a computer science major from Lowpoint, Illinois, is one of 11 women in the U.S. to receive a “Scholarship for Women Studying Information Security” (SWSIS).
Computer science teams compete at CCSC programming contest
Two Bradley computer science teams competed at the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Midwest Region programming contest in late September.