Computer science studies the fundamentals of hardware and software components of computers and their applications in science, technology, engineering, and in our daily life. The body of knowledge that results from this discipline contains theories for understanding computing systems and methods; design methodology, algorithms, and tools; methods for the testing of concepts; methods of analysis and verification; and knowledge representation and implementation.
CUA's undergraduate program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science prepares students for direct entry into a career in computer science or further studies at the graduate level. The program is specifically designed to prepare the students professionally to face the challenges of the rapidly evolving area of computer science. Additionally, students are also equipped so that they can contribute to and service the needs of the society that needs critical thinking and dedication to life-long learning.
Marketable Skills of Computer Science Majors:
- Abstract and Formal Reasoning
Sample Positions Obtained by CUA
Database Administrator Webmaster
What Computer Scientists do...
Careers in Computing
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Women in Technology
What Can I do with a Computer Science Degree?
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Society of Woman Engineers
Jobs & Internships
CASC Job Opportunities
Employment Opportunities in Computer Science
Defense Technical Information Center
The Corporation for National Research Initiatives
Computer Scientists and System Analysts
Computer Science Resources
Society of Woman Engineers - Careers