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Bachelor of Science in:

Computer Science

Computer science classes include programming languages, digital forensics, theory of game programming, artificial intelligence, information security, database and networking.

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers two separate tracks of study under the umbrella of a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science:

Both tracks are also offered as minors.


Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in:

Computer Science

For students who do their undergraduate work at Kutztown there is the opportunity to enroll in the B.S./M.S. five year program. This allows students to complete a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Master of Science in Computer Science in five years.

The program includes up to 12 semester hours of 400 level courses that count toward both the undergraduate and graduate degrees. This process allows students to finish a master's degree with one full-time year of study beyond the undergraduate degree.

Admission to Graduate School is based on the student's undergraduate record after 3 years, or the completion of 24 undergraduate CSC credits (with a B-average). There are also specific CSC courses that require a B or higher (see the appropriate checksheet for the list of these courses).

More information can be found on the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology page.