Our graduates discover that computer science (CS) opens up a world of possibilities.
Computer scientists enjoy exceptional career opportunities, in settings ranging from large, established companies to adventurous new start-ups. They are also well qualified to pursue graduate study in a number of fields.
Our students are creative, analytical problem-solvers. This is a rich, collaborative and varied field that you will find challenging, no matter where your individual interests lie.
And there is more to CS than programming. While software engineering is an important skill, computer scientists also work with robots and other physical devices, design hardware that runs faster and more efficiently, and apply machine learning techniques to gain insight from large data sets—to name just a few examples.
Because CS has become highly interconnected with medicine, business and many other fields, it is a great fit with other interests you may have. You will enjoy a strong career outlook while having an impact on society.
Professors A. Arpaci-Dusseau, R. Arpaci-Dusseau, Bach, Barford, Banerjee, Cai, Doan, Dyer, Ferris, Gleicher, Jha, Livny, Miller, Mutlu, Patel, Reps, Ron, Sankaralingam, Sohi, Swift, van Melkebeek, Wright, Zhu
Associate Professors I. Diakonikolas, Lee, Sifakis
Assistant Professors Albarghouthi, Chatterjee, D'Antoni, J. Diakonikolas, Fernandes, Gupta, Hanna, Hsu, Kim, Koutris, Li, Liang, Sala, Sinclair, Tzamos, Venkataraman, Yu, Zhao
Faculty Associates Ayari Ben Hadj Kacem, Captain, Caraza-Harter, Dahl, Deppeler, Doescher, Hasti, Heimerl, Kuemmel, Legault, Lewis-Williams, Renault, Skrentny, Syamkumar, Williams