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SPSU
Computing and Software Engineering Department
1100 South Marietta Pkwy., Suite J-370
Marietta, GA  30060
(678) 915-3571

 

Undergraduate Programs

 

We offer the following Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

 

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, which is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org, aims to prepare students for careers within the discipline, and is designed for students who want a maximum technical preparation for their career.  Graduates from the program are well-versed in not only the fundamentals but also develop skills in problem solving, logic, organization, and ethics.  The program emphasizes the entire scope of computer science, ranging from basic hardware principles through the system and application software levels to the use and management of such systems.  The degree has a set of core requirements, major requirements, and directed electives.  The core provides basic coursework to ensure that the graduate is well-rounded as an educated individual.  The Major contains those computer science and software engineering courses that are fundamental to the field, regardless of any specialization.  The directed electives provide depth beyond the core to support the student’s professional preparation.

BSCS Fall 2014 Enrollment: 725 students

BSCS 2013-2014 Graduates: 52 students

For earlier enrollment and graduation data, please see institutional research.

BSCS Program Educational Objectives

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BSCS Student Outcomes

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BSCS Program Requirements by Catalog Year

Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science

The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science aims to prepare students for careers that allows them to apply their knowledge of computing to another area of study. and it combines courses in computer science with an approved minor.  Graduates from the program are well-versed in not only the fundamentals but also develop skills in problem solving, logic, organization, and ethics.  Moreover, they develop knowledge of an application area.  The degree has a set of core requirements, major requirements, directed electives in computing, and an approved minor.  The core provides basic coursework to ensure that the graduate is well-rounded as an educated individual.  The Major contains those computer science and software engineering courses that are fundamental to the field, regardless of any specialization.  The Directed Electives provide depth beyond the Core to support the student’s professional preparation, while the minor allows the students to develop sufficient knowledge of some application area to be able to apply their knowledge of computing in this area.

BACS Program Educational Objectives

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BACS Student Outcomes

At the time of graduation, graduates should able to:

  1. Convey the understanding of, and ability to solve, problems through artifacts of computing such as specifications, code and other written documents;
  2. Demonstrate and apply their knowledge of fundamental data structures and algorithms to solve problems;
  3. Describe and explain the major concepts in the areas of operating systems, programming languages, architecture, and distributed computing;
  4. Demonstrate an ability to work effectively in teams on computing related projects;
  5. Demonstrate an ability to effectively communicate technical information;
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of social, professional and ethical issues related to computing;
  7. Obtain the skills and knowledge to be employable in positions that utilize their computing education.

BACS Program Requirements by Catalog Year

Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering

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BSSWE Fall 2014 Enrollment: 206 students

BSSWE 2013-2014 Graduates: 17 students

For earlier enrollment and graduation data, please see institutional research.

BSSWE Program Educational Objectives

Program Educational Objectives

A few years after graduation:

  1. Software Engineering graduates will be successful professionals in the field with solid fundamental knowledge of software engineering, who can effectively analyze, design, and develop high-quality software systems.
  2. Graduates will utilize and exhibit strong communication and interpersonal skills, as well as professional and ethical principles when functioning as members and leaders of multi-disciplinary teams.
  3. Graduates will apply their foundations in software engineering to adapt to rapidly-changing environments using the appropriate theory, principles, and processes.
  4. Graduates will be sufficiently prepared for their first and subsequent positions, as they are independent learners, including being accepted into or completing advanced degree programs.
BSSWE Student Outcomes
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BSSWE Program Requirements by Catalog year

Bachelor of Science in Computer Game Design and Development

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BSCGDD Fall 2014 Enrollment: 325 students

BSCGDD 2013-2014 Graduates: 8 students

For earlier enrollment and graduation data, please see institutional research.

Game Design Curriculum, Objectives and Outcomes

BSCGDD Program Requirements by Catalog Year

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
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