The Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science is a Purdue University degree offered in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences.
Transfer Single Articulation Pathway (TSAP) degree programs at IUPUI allow students at Ivy Tech Community College and Vincennes University to earn an associate degree in a specified field and then transfer to IU with junior status to complete a bachelor's degree in the same field.
The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Science are Purdue University degrees offered in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences.
The use of computer systems is pervasive in society, creating an on-going demand for people who can provide the technical knowledge to support a variety of systems and applications. Sophisticated and complex technology is being implemented across all organizations, and maintaining the computer network is essential to almost every organization.
The science of computing is investigated from complex mathematical algorithms, through mnemonic code, translated to binary base and realized in real-world applications. In the Department of Computer and Information Science at IUPUI, applications of computer science range from biological and life sciences to software development—involving every aspect of life from homeland security to archiving cultural heritage. Here, you’ll develop and use innovative problem solving techniques to tackle the toughest technology challenges.
You’ll receive the personal attention and support you need to be successful. Full-time faculty will teach all your required courses. Classes are small—even your introductory classes have fewer than 50 students. Advanced classes are typically just 10-15 students, and you’ll work closely with your professors.
Students are encouraged to participate in research. You’ll work one-on-one with talented senior faculty to conduct research and expand knowledge in the discipline.
Our graduates enter the workplace armed with the technical proficiency, project management skills, communication expertise and high-level skills needed to develop working solutions for computing challenges into the future.