The Computer Science Program at MSU prepares students for exciting career opportunities in computing. Computer science majors complete a curriculum which is based on fundamental concepts in computing. Such a curriculum enables our graduates to obtain financially rewarding positions in today's job market and easily adapt to the changing requirements of tomorrow's computing industry. Midwestern State University offers B.S., B.A., and M.S. degrees in computer science.
|Departmental Facts||Departmental Facilities|
|Average student-to-teacher ratio||6:1||Unix Laboratory||10 Sun Workstations (Running Solaris 8)|
|Number of undergraduate majors||145||Personal Computer Laboratory||15 PC Systems (2002 Dells Running Win2k)|
|Number of graduate majors||45||Multimedia Laboratory||7 Intergraph Workstations|
|Number of BS degrees awarded each year||10||Research Laboratory||8 High-end PC Systems|
|Number of MS degrees awarded each year||10||Computer Literacy Laboratory||24 PC Systems (2002 Dells Running Win2k)|
Two organizations, the ACM professional society and Upsilon Pi Epsilon, sponsor several activities each year which stimulate, professional, and social interest among the students.
The O.A. Daniel scholarships are awarded to outstanding entering freshmen and returning computer science students each year (for scholarship application email Computer Science Department at: firstname.lastname@example.org).