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Computer Science Discipline

The core of computer science is a disciplined ability to be logical and creative in a pragmatic way to solve problems in varieties of disciplines. You will start with the basics of computers, enabling you to write computer programs, understand common patterns in developing such program and their limitations. This is in conjunction with mathematical core that helps you translate between problems in the real world and how they can be described mathematically and computationally.

Our department goal is to ensure a high quality and up-to-date curriculum, with a student to teacher ratio that is vastly beneficial to students. Students are able to receive individual attention directly from their professors.

We offer a wide variety of courses in innovative computer and research laboratories which are crucial to our programs. Students have opportunities to work on research projects involving Computer Science including but not limited to Cybersecurity, Data Science, Robotics, etc. These projects give the students ability to transcend the boundary between theory and practice.

If you are wondering what you can do with a Computer Science degree, there are several career options available to you. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Computer Science occupations are projected to grow more than twice as fast as the average for all other occupations.

Colorado Mesa University Computer Science Degree programs help students become outstanding professionals who contribute in many ways to the information society that forms the backbone of industry and business in our world today.

 Cogburn robot

Cogburn, our robot that participated in DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC), is happy in his new home in Confluence Hall.



Department Office  970 248 1400
The department office is located on the third floor of Confluence Hall.
We welcome questions, concerns or comments.