Your Future in Computer and Information Sciences

The Charleston Southern BA in computer and information sciences is a highly flexible and challenging degree for those who want to prepare for computer-related professions typically found in the fields of business, the arts, religious service, public service, healthcare, etc. This degree can be focused on specific career goals chosen by the student and is a combination of computer science and business coursework. Graphic Design courses can also be counted as a part of this program.

Students in this major must complete a required senior project. 

CSU is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

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Valerie Sessions

Chair of the Department of Computer Science

Computer and Information Sciences

Students majoring in this field experience high job satisfaction and a high job placement rate in financially rewarding careers. The coursework is highly flexible and can be completed online.

As a Computer and Information Sciences major, you’ll take courses like…

  • Data Structure Analysis
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Mobile and Wireless Networks
  • Network Security
  • Database Management
  • User-Interface Programming

Graduates are equipped for a variety of career paths.

  • Computer Programmer
  • Website Creation
  • IT
  • Systems Administration
  • Risk Assessment
  • Quality Assessment
  • Software Development
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College of Science and Mathematics

Charleston Southern’s College of Science and Mathematics ensures through its curricula and course offerings that students in all majors demonstrate an understanding of the continuing role of science and mathematics in human progress. In addition, it provides majors in science and science related fields with the necessary skills for successful careers in their chosen major or for further study in graduate school or professional programs.

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Ashby Hall

Ashby Hall houses classrooms, labs, computer labs, an auditorium and faculty offices for math and computer science. Named for H. E. Ashby.

After 10 years working in Telecommunication, I needed a new path for my career. CSU’s computer science program offered me that path. With flexible course schedules both in the classroom and online, I was able to continue working full-time while earning my BA in computer and information sciences. The faculty was extremely knowledgeable of the topics, readily available during office hours and understanding of my work schedule to accommodate my needs. Going back to earn my degree was the right decision for me; I only wish I had done it sooner.

Thomas Finch / computer and information sciences, ’16SCANA

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