Computer scientists use computers to solve problems no one has successfully solved before. Programming is at the heart of what they do, writing and designing sophisticated code. Having a strong skill set in theory, math, logic, and science is also essential to their success.
The Computer Science program at Illinois State is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.
You can find a computer science job in a variety of exciting areas. Your options for a career path can include:
Computer Science at Illinois State gives you strong skills in software development. We also provide a background in computational theory, design, hardware and operating systems. You’ll learn how to use multiple programming languages on multiple operating systems.
Software continues to become more important in the modern world. We’re constantly trying to do things faster and better. Computer scientists have the skill set to make that happen.
Our program teaches computer science theory while giving you plenty of hands-on experience. Program graduates work in a variety of companies or continue on to graduate school.
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To find the course equivalencies at an Illinois community college, please review our Course Articulation Guides.
Without IT 168 in Java or both IT 168 and 179 (Introduction to Data Structures) in any language, it is impossible to complete the program in 4 semesters even with an associate's degree.
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