Interim Department Chair: Dr. Rebecca Rutherfoord

Welcome to the Department of Computer Science in the College of Science and Mathematics at Kennesaw State University. The Computer Science (CS) Department offers three degree programs: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Bachelor of Arts in Applied Computer Science and Master of Science in Computer Science. The ABET-accredited undergraduate program in CS is based on a strong technical foundation including programming principles, systems analysis, systems architecture, data communications, and database design and management. The CS degree program requires more upper-level mathematics. The MSCS program is perfect for working professionals who have IT industry experience and are interested in obtaining a graduate degree in computer science.

The department serves both traditional and non-traditional students. Many of our students work full or part-time, often in the computing field. Many are returning to school in order to finish work started many years earlier. To serve this diverse group, the department offers a full program at night as well as during the day.

The CS department provides education that is practical, technical, analytical, quantitative, conceptual, and current. Fluent in Windows, UNIX, Oracle, C++, Java, Visual Basic, and many other technologies, graduates of the CS program at KSU are in high demand. KSU's CS graduates are experiencing highly successful careers. Their job descriptions include systems analysis, programming, data communications, end-user support, database administration, consulting, and top management.

Available below are the current collections for the Department of Computer Science.


Browse the Department of Computer Science Collections:

Computer Science Faculty Publications

Master of Science in Computer Science Theses