UT Tyler Department of Computer Science

College of Business and Technology

The Department of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Tyler offers comprehensive programs to prepare students for work in a wide variety of computing environments.

The department offers the bachelor of science in computer science, bachelor of science in computer information systems,  bachelor of science in information technology, and master of science in computer science, and supports secondary teacher certification in computer science and technology applications.

With a BS degree in computer science from UT Tyler, you will be well prepared to model, simulate and solve computational problems and produce systems to serve the needs of business, industry, government, education and other entities in the professional world.

UT Tyler graduates with a BS degree in computer information systems are equipped to excel as information systems professionals. You will possess the skills, knowledge and experience to analyze business problems and provide reliable, secure computerized solutions.

Students in UT Tyler's computer science MS degree program learn to become more competent and productive in professional computing environments and are well prepared for further graduate study.

Important Dates

  • SEP29

    Postcard Showcase- Ghana Trip

    White Lobby (Cowan Center) 3:00 PM

  • SEP29

    RecSports 100 Mile Club

    HPC 6:00 am

  • SEP30

    Meditation Class

    Harvey Lake 12:30 pm

  • SEP30

    RecSports 100 Mile Club

    HPC 6:00 am

  • OCT1

    Class of 2020 White Coat Ceremony

    Cowan Center 9:00 am

More Information

Department of Computer Science

UT Tyler Bell Tower

Mission

The Department of Computer Science provides students with a strong foundation in the theory, practice, development, and application of computing technologies. Our undergraduate and graduate programs provide the knowledge and skills for students to become successful professionals, leaders and innovators. The department's core values include a balance between teaching and research, a commitment to the extension of knowledge, and outreach to our stakeholders in East Texas and beyond.