As one of the major centers of industry and innovation in the U.S., Boston grants you access to some of the most cutting-edge companies and organizations around.
Why not study for your computer science degree in the middle of this vibrant and innovative community? UMass Boston is the only public research university in Boston and offers both undergraduate and graduate programs in Computer Science. The program curriculum emphasizes:
- software development
- systems programming
- artificial intelligence
- database management
- software engineering
Students will graduate with the technical and theoretical skills needed for a completive industry, along with a strong understanding of current trends and technologies.
Outside of the classroom, the Department of Computer Science hosts a variety of events throughout the year and is home to a vast array of ongoing research projects and initiatives. Recently, two UMass Boston undergraduate computer science students competed in the Student Cluster Competition in Salt Lake City, Utah. This competition is part of the Supercomputing Conference, the largest and most prestigious computing conference. Learn more about UMass Boston and apply today!