The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program offers the following six options.
- Computer Science (General) Concentration: Builds a solid foundation in programming languages and computer systems. This option also provides you with experience and develops skills in system analysis, design, documentation and implementation.
- Computer Technology Concentration: Prepares you for network certification examinations and qualification for programming and industrial control systems, microcontrollers and microprocessing, LANs & PC communications and network security.
- Interactive Multimedia Concentration: Develops expertise in game design, 3-D modeling and animation, graphics programming, and multimedia systems.
- Artificial Intelligence in Data Science Concentration: Builds expertise for programming Machine Learning/AI applications in Computer Vision, Healthcare, Finance, and Cybersecurity.
For a complete look at our B.S. program requirements, please visit http://computerscience.eku.edu/degree-requirements-curriculum-planners
B.S. in Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity (Replacing the Computer Forensics and Security concentration)
The Bachelor of Science in Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity degree program offers an education and training in the field of digital forensics and cybersecurity through study in computer science, law and criminal justice.
Students in the program learn and develop knowledge and skills to become qualified professionals who are capable of defending cyber networks, fast responding to cybersecurity incidents, as well as examining digital devices such as computers, mobile electronic devices and network devices to collect digital evidence that can be used in a court of trial for a criminal or civil case.
Minor in Computer Science: Develop a strong foundation in computer science and software engineering.
Minor in Informatics: Expand your career opportunity with office technology skills and data analysis skills.
Minor in Game Content: Develop skills in the multimedia technology and gain experience in developing interactive software.
Minor in Cybersecurity and Intelligence: Develop skills in cyber technology and intelligence and expand your career opportunity in both cybersecurity and intelligence fields.
For a complete look at our minor program requirements, please visit the University Catalog.
Certificate in Informatics: Enhance your productivity and innovation with office technology skills.
For a complete look at our certificate program requirements, please visit the University Catalog.