Mission
The educational experience available at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Mathematical & Computer Science Department offers unparalleled student experience. Our undergraduate program prepares students for graduate studies in Computer Science and interdisciplinary fields such as cloud computing, data analytics, and cybersecurity.
Objectives
What is Computer Science (CS)?
What are some popular areas of CS?
What are some important subjects related to CS?
What are some skills that CS students need?
Is a bachelor’s degree sufficient to meet the need for jobs in the CS field?
What are some of the occupations offered for computer scientists?
What are some other disciplines that are related to CS?
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Department offers degree programs in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Pre-Engineering.
Computer Science
The Computer Science program at the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff is a four to a five-year program that awards Bachelor of Science degrees upon completion of course requirements. Students declaring a major in Computer Science choose from one of two emphasis areas: Mathematics and Information Systems.
Curriculum for Bachelor of Science in Computer Science:
Mathematics
The Mathematics program at the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff is a four to a five-year program that awards Bachelor of Science degrees upon completion of course requirements. Students declaring a major in Mathematics choose from one of two emphasis areas: Non-Teaching and Teaching.
Curriculum for Bachelor of Science in Mathematics:
Graduate Degree Program
The graduate program in computer science & technology will have two-degree options for completion.
(1) Thesis option, which will require 30 semester credit hours of graduate work (24 hours of coursework and 6 hours of graduate thesis approved by the advisory committee). The thesis may be some notable work on an appropriate research topic or area, as approved by the graduate advisory committee.
(2) Project option, which will require 30 semester credit hours of graduate work (24 hours of coursework and 6 hours of graduate project approved by the advisory committee). The project may be some notable work on an appropriate research topic or area as approved by the graduate advisory committee.