B.S.C.S. Computer Science
The Computer Science degree covers the techniques, algorithms, and theory necessary for building software, including sub-specialties such as video games, bioinformatics and computational biology, computer forensics, geographic information systems, web applications, enterprise computing, scientific computing, databases, and others. Typical job titles for new graduates include software engineer, software developer, systems analyst, database manager. This degree has an Application Area requirements which requires you to take 9 credit hours (3 classes) in some other major.