Computer Science Curriculum Requirements

Degrees Awarded Associate of Science (A.S.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Major Requirements The Computer Science major consists of 51 s.h. and is distributed as follows: Required Courses CSC 2010 Introduction to Computer Science (3 s.h.) CSC 2020 Introduction to Read More …

Computer Information Technology

Dr. Terry House with Computer Science students after their presentations at the annual research symposium

In the Computer Information Technology (CIT) program, applications are given more emphasis than formal properties. The student acquires a systematic body of knowledge with respect to business problems and their solutions. Emphasis is given to business information systems, network administration, Read More …

Computer Science Mission & Goals

The Department of Computer Science is located in D. Keith Allison Hall. It is the home of two computer labs, four classrooms, and faculty offices. Our purpose is to promote computer science, information technology, and to ensure that every Methodist Read More …

Business Information Systems

Students at work in the Allison Hall computer lab

The Business Information Systems concentration in the Computer Information Technology (CIT) major prepares students for work in companies where business skills, computer technology, and management information systems intersect. Graduates with this concentration will work with (or produce) computer-based information systems. Read More …

Computer Science Careers

Students graduating from the Department of Computer Science are prepared to make contributions in many fields. Here are some of the areas: Software Engineer Web Developer Gaming developer System Software Developer Quality Assurance Engineer IT Security Analyst Systems Analyst Computer Read More …

Interactive Multimedia Application Development

Students at work in the Allison Hall computer lab

The Interactive Multimedia Application Development concentration prepares students for work in businesses that produce computer applications containing interactive multimedia components. Graduates with this concentration will work with (or produce) computer technology products such as graphical user interfaces, Web-based applications, computer-based Read More …

Computer Science Research Projects

Students in the department have opportunities to actively present their research and creative projects at Methodist University’s annual Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium and other state-wide and nation-wide undergraduate research programs. Here are some selected past research abstracts: Topic: Coffee Read More …

Cybersecurity & Information Assurance

CIT student presents in lab

The Cybersecurity & Information Assurance concentration will prepare students to critically assess information storage systems such as the Cloud and local network and data access. Graduates with this concentration will seek careers in the field of system analysis, cloud security, Read More …

Computer Science Student Organizations

A successful undergraduate study experience depends not only on academic study or career preparation, but also on your engagement in the life on MU campus. We encourage you to participate in the activities and events organized by CS Club and Read More …

Computer Science Success Stories

Our graduates are well-placed after graduation. Some of our recent graduates have chosen to attend graduate schools in computer science, MBA, and education. Some have successfully followed their career paths to become software project managers, software engineers, programmers, IT technicians, Read More …