FAQ

Typical jobs for computer science graduates include software developer, database administrator, information security analyst, mobile app developer, and data scientist.
GSU students have the flexibility in their degree program to earn a minor without needing to take extra hours. We also have three options for a dual-degree program in which students obtain both a B.S. and an M.S. degree in 4+1 years.
No prior programming experience is required to succeed in the program.
The department often sends job postings for internships to the CSC_UNDERGRAD mailing list. The University Career Services office on campus is also a great resource for landing an internship.
Computer Science focuses on how and why computers work, explaining the technical and theoretical details, whereas Computer Information Systems focuses on how to apply technology in a business setting. A Computer Science major should have a strong background in mathematics and good problem-solving skills.
Request an overflow using the department's wait-list system.