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Computer Science BS

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

The field of computer science is today's fastest-growing profession. As technology continues to advance rapidly, job offers in computing professions remain high. Accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of the ABET, our Computer Science program offers you an in-depth understanding of computer architecture, languages and systems. By pursuing this Bachelor of Science degree, you will develop the fundamental skills necessary to succeed in the profession.

Industry Highlights

Tech-related jobs pay 9% more than other industries that most college graduates find themselves in.

- OneDayOneJob.com

Career Opportunities

  • Software Systems
  • Hardware Systems
  • People and Data Systems
  • Tech Companies
  • Major Corporations
  • Government Agencies

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of weekly gatherings for luncheons or lectures on various topics, as well as having the opportunity for educational work experience on and off campus.

NEWS:

Read More Armstrong State University Ranks #41 on U.S. News & World Report for 2017 Best Online Criminal Justice Programs

(January 10, 2016) – In a report published today, U.S.News & World Report ranks Armstrong State University #41 on the 2017 Best Online Criminal Justice Programs list. Armstrong is the only institution in Georgia to be included in the national rankings.

Read More Armstrong Employees, University Recognized for Employer Support of National Guard and Reserve Service Members

(December 16, 2016) – On Dec. 15, Ret. Col. Ed Wexler of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve presented Patriot Awards to College of Science and Technology Interim Dean Delana Gajdosik-Nivens and Armstrong Police Chief Wayne R. Willcox. U.S. Congressman Earl L. “Buddy” Carter attended the ceremony and addressed the audience.

Read More Armstrong Professors Awarded $330,000 U.S. DOE Mathematics and Science Partnerships Grant

(November 16, 2016) – The U.S. Department of Education recently awarded a $330,967 grant to Donna Mullenax, Janel Smith and Elizabeth Williams. The two-year grant will support STEM education in Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS).

Read More Savor Tuscany: Armstrong Introduces New Semester Abroad Program in Siena, Italy

(October 24, 2016) – Beginning in the spring semester 2017, Armstrong State University will offer a new semester abroad program in Siena, Italy. Students will take classes via Armstrong’s long-time partner, the Dante Alighieri Institute. The 12-week program, which runs from January 22 through April 14, 2017, is open to all Armstrong students, as well as University System of Georgia transient students, and offers a full roster of semester credits.

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