Computer Science Department The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science provides students with a strong computing background that provides the basis for students to work in a wide variety of computing careers including software application developer/software engineer, cybersecurity analyst, cloud computing, web developer, data science, entertainment computing and gaming, network administrator, database administrator, systems analyst—the list of potential computing careers is immense. An extensive set of elective courses, including various courses in web development, cybersecurity, data science, cloud computing, mobile app development, multimedia, database systems, computer graphics, are available to prepare students for the different careers. Many CS electives include cybersecurity as an intrinsic part of the course (for example, cloud computing includes cloud security). However, for students particularly interested in cybersecurity, a twelve-hour cybersecurity concentration is available (final approval pending). A concentration in entertainment computing and gaming is also available. These concentrations are part of a standard BS in CS degree, handled through selecting particular elective courses For undergraduates, the Computer Science department offers: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with Cybersecurity Concentration Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with Entertainment Computing Concentration Minor in Computer Science Minor in Entertainment Computing Minor in Computer Languages and Systems--this minor is suitable for non-technical majors with a minimal mathematics background Admission to Computer Science Students seeking admission to undergraduate Computer Science programs must first apply through the undergraduate Admissions Office. You may apply for financial aid at the Office of Financial Aid. General information about the Bachelor of Science degree can be found in the B.S. overview. You should take a look at the overall course requirements for the B.S. in Computer Science to see which choices best fit your interests.