Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science & Engineering
A World of Opportunities in Computer Science & Engineering
Experts with the knowledge and skills to design, develop, and maintain complex computer and software systems are in high demand across industries and government agencies. The University of Arizona’s interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science in Computer Science & Engineering, offered online and on campus, prepares students for top jobs in areas involving:
- Artificial intelligence
- Machine learning
- Human–computer interaction
- Quantum computing
- Virtual reality
- Big data analytics
- Network sciences
- Web and mobile applications
According to the U.S. News & World Report, computer science engineers hold some of the best technology jobs. They sometimes work in fields such as traffic management, flight control, earthquake monitoring, automotive control and smart homes.
Curriculum in Step with Industry Need
The multidisciplinary curriculum for the BS in Computer Science & Engineering prepares students to create systems technologies for our increasingly interconnected world. Students learn to apply computer science theory and software development fundamentals to produce computing-based solutions. Courses cover engineering principles applied to the design of large, networked, scalable computing systems. Students select technical electives from courses in software, computer science and computer engineering.
- Algorithms and complexity
- Computer science theory
- Concepts of multiple programming languages
- Software development
- Real-time, embedded and loT systems
Flexible, Real-World Learning Environment
Students at all levels develop skills through real-world projects that emphasize not only computing theory and technical skills, but also communication, teamwork, critical thinking and professionalism. They get hands-on experience using technology, tools, languages and methodologies in a range of applications.