Bachelors Degree in Computer Science
The Computer Science program at Lamar is a broad-based program in Computer Science emphasizing the areas of programming languages, data structures, information systems, theory of programming languages, software engineering, networking, database, multimedia, applications of computer science and computer architecture. The program requires 48 hours in computer science, 20 hours in mathematics, 12 hours in laboratory science, 3 hours in free electives, and 3 hours in electrical engineering as well
as the general university requirements, for a bachelor's degree. Students are required to take the ETS computer science field exam during the semester in which they are graduating.
The student who completes this four-year academic program is awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and is well prepared to pursue a professional career as a Computer Scientist, or to pursue graduate work in computer science or in an area of specialization.
Category: Computer Science