Bachelor of Science
The Bachelor of Science degree program in computer science at Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU Denver) enables its graduates to apply computer science to improve their lives and the lives of others as innovators who are able to respond to technological change and intellectual challenge. Our graduates are prepared to become ethical practitioners in computer science, software engineering and related fields as well as to engage in self-study, continuing education and ongoing professional development.
The computer science degree has a focus on software engineering and requires a minor in mathematics. Students are encouraged to choose elective courses that match their interests from a continually evolving catalogue that keeps pace with the rapidly changing field.
Benefits of Earning Your Degree at MSU Denver
The Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences delivers the academic content you expect in a bachelor degree program while also bringing to the table everything that’s unique about MSU Denver’s people and our city’s computer science community. Students here have the advantage of the following unique opportunities:
- Enjoy attending classes on a vibrant and diverse campus located in downtown Denver.
- Benefit from small classes and accessible, supportive faculty with real-world experience.
- Tailor your degree plan by choosing areas of interest from a wide variety of electives.
- Get valuable hands-on experience in our capstone software engineering courses.
- Take advantage of a significant math component that enhances your analytical skills.
- Earn your degree in one of the fastest-growing fields, where graduates are in high demand.
Career Opportunities for Our Graduates
Earning a degree in computer science from MSU Denver prepares students for further graduate studies or for a variety of careers in computing, such as:
Web applications developer
Computer systems analyst
Computer game developer
Computer security specialist
Software quality engineer
Systems analyst or consultant
Some careers may require further education or training.
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Computer and Network Security
Software Engineering Principles and Practices
The bachelor degree program in computer science at MSU Denver is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET and by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
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