Welcome to the Department of Computer Science


We’re here for your future—and the future is increasingly focused on technology. Our department prepares you to understand the ethical and social impact of computing on society and its use to the modern world. You will learn industry-relevant subjects like software engineering, computational science, robotics, data visualization, cybersecurity, and data mining

Why Study Computer Science at CWU?


Through experience, knowledge, and skills ranging from basic theory through experimental techniques to engineering methodology, our degrees will prepare you for careers that form the backbone of much of industry and business.

Academic Resources

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Department Resources

Department Resources

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Research

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Student Resources

Home page for Student Resources section of Computer Science department site.

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Missions and Outcomes

Missions and Outcomes

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Degree Options

Computer science grads land internships and jobs with leading companies like Microsoft, Boeing, Facebook, and Amazon.

Undergraduate

Graduate

Minors & Certificate

Admissions

For general university admissions information, contact the Office of Admissions. For advising information, contact Academic Advising.

Are you a graduate student? Contact the School of Graduate Studies and Research for admissions information.

Highlights

Computer Science students developed an app for Ford Motor Company. The team of students designed and built an app to assist electric vehicle owners in finding charging stations appropriate for their vehicle, using a programming language and development framework they had never encountered before, for a real client expecting real results. Impressive, right?

"Because classes can be difficult, professors are helpful with longer office hours and they’re willing to review your work. Computer Science is really important and very useful especially in such a technology-driven world.” Andrea Guillen will be graduating in 2024 with a dual degree in Computer Science and ITAM.

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