Computer Science Undergraduate Program
Computer Science affects each of us every day. Computer scientists build innovative software that controls everything from complex air traffic control systems to the simplest apps on our smartphones. Computer scientists work closely with engineers in developing tools and software to build electronic circuits, computer games, complex robotics, and the latest advances in cybersecurity. Demand for highly trained Computer Science professionals is on the rise, and career opportunities span multiple industries.
- ⇒ Science
- ⇒ Digital Systems
- ⇒ Bioinformatics
- ⇒ Software Development
- 100% of USU's Computer Science students have job offers before graduation.
- Computer Science is among the highest paid careers with an average starting salary of almost $59,000 (NACE, 2014).
- Computer Science students compete annually in the National Robosub Competition.
- Computer Science offers a concurrent BS/MS degree.
- Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
- Association for Computing Machinery-Women (ACM-W)
- USU Free Software and Linux Club
- Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
- Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honor Society)
- Engineering Council
Computer Science students and graduates launch successful internships and careers with leading employers:
College of Engineering Advising Office | ENGR 3rd Floor | (435) 797-2705 Computer Science Dept. | cs.usu.edu
Sample four-year plan*
*For current program requirements and other important information, it is crucial that students meet with their academic advisor regularly.