New computer science major first of its kind in Colorado
Urban Upheaval
Undergraduate awarded for gentrification project
Hacking the Competition
Undergraduates awarded for innovative solutions at hackCU
Ten-hour Dash
Computer science undergraduates win National Society of Black Engineers hackathon
Best in Show
Computer science undergrads recognized for age-at-home technology
Surprise Win
Lone undergraduate team bests all-graduate-student field at computing research competition

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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ADVISING

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SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS

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CAREER RESOURCES

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DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

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UNDERGRADUATE ACHIEVEMENT

OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

GET INVOLVED

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UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

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ENGAGEMENT

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LEARNING COMMUNITY

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NEWS

New computer science major first of its kind in Colorado

Flexible new major addresses the demand for computing skills in a dizzying variety of fields.

CSU part of new $20 million institute bringing artificial intelligence to the classroom

Ross Beveridge, a professor in the Department of Computer Sciences, will focus on bringing sight capabilities to AI partners for application in K-12 education.

Outstanding computer science student, Ariana Mims, works on inclusivity within the department

Ariana Mims is shaping the future of computer science by paving the way for other women and people of color.

Department of Computer Science helps students find internships after the COVID-19 induced shortage

With help from the Colorado Center for Cyber Security and the National Science Foundation the department managed to create more than 10 new summer internship positions.