Study the theories, experimentation and engineering that form the basis for the design and use of computers
Computer scientists work in almost every industry because computing is the glue that holds much of contemporary science, technology, commerce and entertainment together.
With a computer science degree, you can pursue a wide spectrum of roles – you could develop software, applications or websites. You could design, maintain or protect computer systems. Or you could focus on data – how to store, organize and derive value from it.
Computer science chair Yixin Chen helping students prepare for an exam.
What you’ll find at Ole Miss
You’ll be able to take advantage of:
- Degree choice – with the more specialized Bachelor of Science degree, you’ll take additional math, science and computing courses. With a Bachelor of Arts, you get the core computer science principles and the flexibility to take courses compatible with a liberal arts degree.
- New or enhanced courses – you’ll keep up with innovations in cybersecurity, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, graphics, game development, web and mobile app development and more. And you have the option to pursue a cyber security or data science emphasis.
- Community and competition – take part in our programming competitions, hackathons, esports activities and join our student chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery.