Programs of Study
Department Mission: Our mission is to prepare students to meet the computing demands they will face in their careers and as knowledgeable citizens. Through academic programs, research, and public service the department supports the disciplines of cyber and computer sciences and the growth and development of educational opportunities in the Lowcountry.
The Department of Cyber and Computer Sciences has six tenure-track faculty positions plus several talented adjunct faculty members. The department offers the B.S. in Computer Science Science (accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org); the B.S. in Cyber Operations (starting fall 2020); the M.S. in Computer and Information Sciences (jointly with the College of Charleston); graduate certificates in cybersecurity, information systems, and software engineering; and undergraduate minors in computer programming, data science, cybersecurity, and cyber interdisciplinary studies. The links below provide details for each of these programs.
Graduate Degree and Certificate Programs*
- Master of Science in Computer and Information Sciences
- Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity
- Graduate Certificate in Information Systems
- Graduate Certificate in Software Engineering
Undergraduate CS Program Enrollment and Graduation Data
|AY 10-11||AY 11-12||AY 12-13||
|BS - Computer Science Enrollments||31||34||41||54||59||59||80||84||95|
|BS - Computer Science Degrees Conferred||9||2||5||4||3||11||12||6||11|
Enrollment data includes secondary majors and students who were enrolled in the major at any point during a given year.
Academic Year (AY) includes enrollment from 1 September through 31 August.
* A joint program with the College of Charleston.