At LSUS, you’ll find a computer science program that is highly student-oriented. Your bachelor’s degree study will expose you to a wide range of technologies and experiences, ultimately preparing you to continue your education or start your career.
Computer science majors are involved in hands-on projects as early as their first year. You’ll get to use new technologies like virtual reality headsets and take courses such as artificial intelligence, robotics, bioinformatics, networks, cybersecurity, mobile development and data mining.
Among LSUS’ 70+ clubs and organizations are the Computer Science Club, the Computer Game Development Club and the Cybersecurity Club. From regional and national competitions to weekly lunches with area professionals, these organizations are great opportunities to build a résumé and make connections.
Set up for success
The mission of the department is to help students receive their computer science degree as leaders of technology and change. Representatives from Cisco, Benteler Steel, Kobus Technologies, APS, Seven Networks, Ingalls and other businesses take the time to network with computer science majors during the department’s monthly Lunch & Learn.
Financial Aid for Computer Science Majors
Over $12.4 million in scholarship money is given to LSUS students every year. Of that, the department awards a number of scholarships to computer science majors up to $2,000. Explore the types of financial aid you could qualify for.