Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)

Computer Science (CS) is the study of computers, including their design, operation, and use. It combines both theoretical and practical applications of engineering, electronics, information theory, mathematics, logic, and human behavior.

Computer Science students typically:

  • Want to learn computer architecture and advanced programming skills.
  • Excel in mathematics and developing algorithms to solve problems.
  • Want to be a software engineer, software developer, or work in a scientific computing field.
time

Time to Complete
4 Years for Full-Time, On Campus

modality

Mode Offered
On Campus

credentials

Credentials
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Why North Alabama?

The College of Business and Technology is highly recognized for both academics and affordable costs. CEO Magazine ranked it a Tier One program in overall delivery and the school is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). This is a highly esteemed accreditation held by fewer than five percent of business colleges worldwide. See the full list of accreditations here.   

The Computer Science, Information Technology, and Computer Information Systems programs are accreditated by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

Bachelor of Science (BS) Major Programs

  • Computer Science- On campus
  • Information Technology- On campus

Faculty

You will learn from dedicated full-time faculty—most holding PhDs and/or terminal degrees from leading universities—as you pursue your Bachelor of Science degree.

Accreditations

The North Alabama College of Business and Technology is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). The Computer Science, Information Technology, and Computer Information Systems programs are all accredited by Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

Tuition and Aid

On-Campus: UNA in-state tuition includes counties in Mississippi and Tennessee that are within 50 miles of campus.

Find more information about Tuition and aid here>>

The Computing Excellence Scholarship is available for all computing majors. To find out eligibility or to apply, visit una.edu/computing

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Current Students
256.765.4154

Prospective Students
256.765.4785

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