Computer science degree programs at the University of Missouri–St. Louis emphasize practical aspects of the field, cultivating in students an expertise in at least one modern computer programming language, a breadth of skills and knowledge pertaining to the field, while also allowing students to focus on specific areas of interest and technology.
UMSL's computer science courses are taught by an impressive, well-regarded faculty, who publish regularly on topics such as evolutionary computation, computer graphics, image processing, internet and cybersecurity.
Computer Science Degree Programs
UMSL graduates find quality work quickly.
The major goal of UMSL's degree programs in computer science is to create a work force of rigorously trained computer experts and professionals whose comprehensive education will benefit themselves, the St. Louis community and the world beyond.
Graduates possessing UMSL undergraduate or graduate computer science degrees find quality work quickly, landing technical careers in banking, health care, engineering, manufacturing, law, finance and management. Others work in areas such as systems management, information systems and data management.
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