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Computer Science and Engineering, Bachelor of Science Degree

What will I learn in a computer science and engineering degree program?

The bachelor's degree in computer science and engineering is designed to give you a strong foundation in computing, mathematics, science and engineering and teach you to apply that knowledge to real-world computing problems.

Graduates have the skills to identify technological solutions to problems, drawing on their abilities to design and conduct experiments, analyze data, and develop software or computer systems that meet desired needs.

Additionally, our program teaches key skills to succeed in the professional world, including how to communicate effectively with a range of audiences, how to function on multi-disciplinary teams and how to act in accordance with professional, ethical, legal and social responsibilities.

The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) is the board that accredits engineering and computer science programs in the United States. The bachelor of science in computer science and engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. Graduates from ABET-accredited programs have an assurance that their investment and achievement are recognized by the worldwide engineering community.

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University of Nevada, Reno
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