The Department offers two undergraduate programs: An ABET-accredited
B.S. Program in Computer Science and a B.S. Program in Information Technology.
Honors Program offers an enriched curriculum that broadens cultural interests, integrates knowledge, sharpens writing skills and encourages student involvement in the learning process.
UPE is the only international honor society in the Computing and Information Disciplines, and it has received endorsements from the two largest computer organizations in the world, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS).
The M.S. Program in Computer Science provides a comprehensive approach to advanced study in computer science. It also prepares the student to hold a variety of professional and technical positions in all areas of computer science.
M.S. Program Description
Students may choose to graduate with an M.S. Degree in Computer Science using:
Applicants should submit or have sent to Graduate Admissions the needed application material.
Graduate students may apply for this position after successful completion of their first semester.
Students seeking admission to the graduate program
must have a B.S. degree from an accredited college or university.
In addition, applicants should have the necessary undergraduate preparation.
For Prospective Students
Students can gain first-hand experience of the daily activities of professionals in the field of Computer Science by pursuing an internship.
For information regarding visa regulations and student responsibilities, please contact Ms. Maryl Halpern of the Center for International Programs (CIP) which is responsible for both study abroad and international student services.