Second Place: Excellence in Data Science Research
Interdisciplinary team awarded for 3D data visualization research at CSU CURC
Undergraduate Rachel Masters honored with Goldwater Scholarship
Top 3 sweep: Computer science students propel winning teams at Bio-Cybersecurity Student Challenge
New online bachelor of science sees explosive growth
Preston Dunton: Science meets music

In the Department of Computer Science, undergraduate students are immersed in an exciting program of education, research, and life-changing opportunities. Whether you are pursuing our B.S. program, a combined bachelors/masters, or want to add a valuable computer science minor to your education, you will be well prepared and your skills in high demand. We are proud of you and eager to help you succeed.

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Top 3 sweep: Computer science students propel winning teams at Bio-Cybersecurity Student Challenge

Computer science students are creative, flexible and bring an arsenal of problem-solving skills to interdisciplinary competition.

CSU virtual reality lab aims to connect more users with technology – naturally

Francisco Ortega and his research team aim to make the navigation, manipulation and gesture-centric experience of augmented and virtual reality platforms as natural to users as the multi-touch displays on smartphones.

Craig Partridge appointed to President’s Committee on the National Medal of Science

The 16-member committee evaluates nominees for the National Medal of Science.

Paradigm shift: A new way to teach computer science

For decades education researchers have struggled with a stubborn problem: computer science introductory courses are notoriously difficult. About one third of the students fail or drop out. A new team of CSU researchers has an innovative solution.