You’ll become an innovative thinker with the skills to design, implement, and evaluate computer systems, analyze problems and propose solutions, and tackle computer and internet security. You’ll learn what it’s like to expand the limits of possibility and create programs with the potential to change the world.
- Computer Organization and Programming Systems
- Ethical Aspects of Engineering and Computer Science
- Programming Language: Theory and Practice
- Software Specification and Design
- Automata and Computability
- Design of Operating Systems
- Your computer science major can be combined with one or two minors from any of SU’s other schools and colleges. You can also pursue a 5-year combined degree option that allows you to receive a computer science degree and a degree in a major of your choice from the College of Arts & Sciences.
- The Engineering and Computer Science Cooperative Education program (co-op) empowers you to pursue experiential learning opportunities through professional, paid work experience in your field and still graduate in four years.
- Collaborate with faculty on research projects at on- and off-campus institutes and labs, including the Center for Environmental Systems Engineering (CESE) – 22,000 square feet of newly constructed core laboratories and individual faculty laboratories.
- The College of Engineering and Computer Science has 20 co-curricular organizations as well as student organizations like Engineers without Borders and WiSE (Women in Science and Engineering).
- Syracuse University’s B.S. in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.
- The 5-year H. John Riley Dual Engineering/MBP Program allows you to earn a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and an MBA from Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management.
Broaden your perspective and enhance your resume with an international experience through SU Abroad, with more than 100 programs in 60 countries. ECS students can choose yearlong study in London, a semester in Dublin, Hong Kong, Santiago, Sydney, Florence, Madrid, Istanbul, and a summer opportunity in Strasbourg.
Life After Syracuse University
As a College of Engineering and Computer Science graduate with a major in computer science, you can explore careers such as:
- Computer scientist
- Computer programmer
- Network computer systems administrator
- Computer systems analyst
- Computer and information systems manager
- Computer software developer
You can also pursue graduate training in such areas as computer engineering, cybersecurity, computer networking and telecommunications, computer systems analysis, computer software design, and more. Recent graduates of the program have attended some of the top graduate schools in the U.S.