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UT Tyler Department of Computer Science

College of Engineering and Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Tyler offers comprehensive programs to prepare students for work in a wide variety of computing environments.

The department offers the bachelor of science in computer science, bachelor of science in computer information systems and master of science in computer science, and supports secondary teacher certification in computer science and technology applications.

  • With a BS degree in computer science from UT Tyler, you will be well prepared to model, simulate and solve computational problems and produce systems to serve the needs of business, industry, government, education and other entities in the professional world.
  • UT Tyler graduates with a BS degree in computer information systems are equipped to excel as information systems professionals. You will possess the skills, knowledge and experience to analyze business problems and provide reliable, secure computerized solutions.
  • Students in UT Tyler's computer science MS degree program learn to become more competent and productive in professional computing environments and are well prepared for further graduate study.

As a major in computer science or computer information systems, you will receive individualized instruction from UT Tyler faculty with extensive experience as computing professionals.

You also will have opportunities to work in real-world computing and information technology environments through the Computer Science Cooperative Program.

IMPORTANT DATES


APR
18
Summer 2014 Billing begins for All Sessions

APR
18
Summer 2014 Billing notices emailed to students

APR
28
Spring 2014 Last day to submit complete thesis to Grad Studies for Spring 2014 graduation

APR
30
Fall 2014 - International Graduate Student Application deadline (out of country)

MAY
02
Fall 2014 - RO-Emails students who have not enrolled, excluding FTFT

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