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School of Computer Science and Mathematics

W.C. Morris Building, Room 222
Warrensburg, MO 64093
P:660-543-4930 F:660-543-8013
Dr. Xiaodong Yue, Department Chair

CS Program at UCM

Computer Science

CS@UCM - Prepare for Career Success

Nvidia GPU Center

New Cybersecurity ProgramNew Master Cybersecurity program in Fall 2016

The computer science (CS) program at the University of Central Missouri has more than 45 years history of academic excellence. This is an exciting and growing department that has a balanced approach to teaching and scholarly activities. We offer undergraduate programs in Software Development, Computer Science, Computer Networking, Game Development, and Data Science. Students who complete the program go on to careers as software engineers, programmers, project managers, designers, consultants or architects who create software as well as computer specialists who administrate database and networking systems. The program curricula provide hands-on training in computer science, software development and systems design, and are designed according to the Association for Computing Machinery curricula guidelines. We provide an unmatched education to students in the region, and we're proud of it. With the demand for qualified technical personnel far exceeding the available supply, the opportunities awaiting computer science graduates are nearly limitless.

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UCM also offers a Master of Science in Computer Science. Our program is the largest M.S. in Computer Science program in the state of Missouri and is designed to produce senior computer professionals who are able to use technology to solve practical problems.


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