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Degree Programs


The department offers nationally competitive undergraduate programs in Computer Science, Information Technology, and Applied Computing as well as a graduate program in Software Engineering. The Computer Science program is accredited by ABET/CAC.

The following are the recommended plans of study/curriculum for the programs offered by the Department of Computing Sciences at The University of Scranton. The plan of study for the graduate program in Software Engineering (SE) encompasses all of the SE courses which can be found here.



GAME DEVELOPMENT TRACK IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

The Game Development track is designed to prepare graduates for professional employment as software developers in the electronic entertainment industry. In order to meet the requirements of this track, the Computer Science program requirements must be satisfied. In addition, all of the following items must be completed. Note that the additional courses may be taken as electives within the Computer Science program of study.

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Degree Programs

The department offers nationally competitive undergraduate programs in Computer Science and Applied Computing as well as a graduate program in Software Engineering. The Computer Science program is accredited by ABET/CAC.

The entire University of Scranton Course Catalog is available on the University of Scranton website





Game Development Track IN CS

The Game Development track is designed to prepare graduates for professional employment as software developers in the electronic entertainment industry. In order to meet the requirements of this track, the Computer Science program requirements must be satisfied. In addition, all of the following items must be completed. Note that the additional courses may be taken as electives within the Computer Science program of study.


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