Computer scientists may start their careers in medical informatics, information security, game design, multimedia systems or web development. Many computer science jobs involve much more than simply writing computer programs, and many jobs involve working as part of a team.
The Department of Computer Science at Kent State University offers courses and curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degree programs in Computer Science.
A Bachelor of Science degree program meets the needs of both the student wishing to pursue a career immediately upon graduation and those students planning for graduate studies in computer science. The curriculum is aligned with the most recent ACM/IEEE-CS curriculum guidelines and as such offers a good balance of practical skills and underlying knowledge necessary for adapting to the ever and often changing needs of technology.
A Bachelor of Arts degree program intended to allow students flexibility in combining computer science with other interests. Students in this program are free to select their minor from any subject and potentially utilize the B.A. degree program for double major.
COMPUTER SCIENCE AT KENT STATE STARK
- Computer Science - B.A.
- Computer Science - B.S.
- Computer Science Minor
- Web Programming Minor
- Scholarship opportunity for computer science majors
COMPUTER SCIENCE CONCENTRATIONS - FINISH AT THE KENT CAMPUS
View all Computer Science (B.S.) Concentrations at Kent State
- Cybersecurity (can be completed at Stark)
- Data Engineering
- Game Programming
- Robotics & Embedded Systems
The Bachelor of Science (BS) program in Computer Science at the Department of Computer Science, Kent State University, is applying for the ABET accreditation, Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC).