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Computer Science Program (Bachelor of Science)
 
The University of Houston-Clear Lake Bachelor of Science in Computer Science curriculum balances a solid foundation in computer science with practical industrial technologies. The degree prepares students for computing careers while it gives them the necessary foundation for life-long learning in the evolving field of professional computing.

Students in the BS program must take computer science groundwork courses such as data structure, software engineering, operating systems, database systems design, discrete mathematics, and computer architecture. Elective courses incorporate leading-edge technologies, such as Java, J2EE, Web technologies, E-Commerce, C#, .NET, UML, and design patterns. Visit the Web pages on program objectives and curriculum for more information. The program also offers a senior level project course to Computer Science majors. Students work in teams on real-world projects to gather valuable practical experience they can use to launch their careers.

UHCL is the largest upper-level institution in Texas. Incoming undergraduate students take lower-level courses from other higher education institutions (such as the surrounding community colleges in Houston). Visit the admission pages to find out more information.

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