Welcome to the Department of Computer Science at Colorado State University! Computer science is a pioneering, multidisciplinary field with explosive growth and opportunity. Whether you are an on campus or online student, here you will be part of a diverse living and learning community committed to your success.
PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Your degree program will provide a complete, well-rounded experience that includes rigorous, collaborative coursework and training in computing fundamentals and broad educational, scientific, and engineering experience. You will also benefit from our industry connections who help ensure your perspective and skills are state of the art.
As an undergraduate or graduate student, you will develop your intellectual curiosity and critical thinking skills and apply them to practical problems in new and creative ways. Come work with us on our groundbreaking research — let’s discover!
Computer science is a challenging and rewarding discipline. We are here to help you every step of the way.
OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM
School is only one part of life. When it is time to feed your wellbeing, you can enjoy participating in department and CSU groups and activities, exploring our nationally award-winning city of Fort Collins, visiting Denver just an hour away, or simply relaxing and playing in our spectacular Rocky Mountain outdoors.
Whatever path you choose after your degree, you will be able to confidently pursue the many exciting opportunities computer science has to offer. Let’s talk about your future in computer science:
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Hacking transportation infrastructure helps researchers anticipate dangerous cyber-attacks and design resistant systems.
Youth robotics championship brings feisty robots, cheering fans to CSU
The event featured 32 top middle and high school robotics teams across the state.
CSU to host statewide youth robotics championship on Feb. 18
CSU will host the FIRST Tech Challenge statewide championship on Saturday, Feb. 18.
Video: Provost’s Ethics Colloquium explores ethics of artificial intelligence
Privacy. Surveillance. Influence. Medical expert Matthew DeCamp and Colorado State University faculty explored the constellation of issues surrounding artificial intelligence during the annual Provost’s Ethics Colloquium this week.