Degrees and Programs
To keep pace with the rapid growth of technology, every industry needs professionals who are highly skilled in IT, software development, cybersecurity, and more.
Columbus State is helping meet demand by offering multiple degree options in computer science through the TSYS School of Computer Science. You can choose from nine undergraduate and graduate degree tracks – each designed to encourage creative problem-solving, foster innovation, and develop hands-on skill.
As part of the TSYS School of Computer Science, you’ll have a unique educational advantage. The school works closely with regional businesses and industries to understand their needs and create a responsive, state-of-the-art learning environment. Every program and major is current, providing you with a firm foundation in the technologies of today and preparing you for the technologies of tomorrow.
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Match your education to your interests. The TSYS School of Computer Science offers the following undergraduate programs:
- B.S. in Computer Science - Enterprise Computing Track
- B.S. in Computer Science - Web Development Track
- B.S. in Computer Science - Cybersecurity Track
- B.S. in Computer Science - Games Programming Track
- B.S. in Computer Science - Software Systems Track
- B.S. in Computer Science - Computer Science Teacher Education Track
- B.S. in Information Technology
- B.S. in Information Technology (Online)
- B.S in Cybersecurity
- Minor in Computer Science
The TSYS School of Computer Science offers the following graduate programs:
- M.S. in Applied Computer Science
- M.S. in Cybersecurity Management
- Graduate School Site (with Admission and Graduation Requirements)
- Graduate Degree Thesis Policies
- Computer Science (Graduate Endorsement)
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the field of computer and information science to grow 16% from 2018-2028. Most jobs for computer and information scientists require a master’s degree in computer science or a related field. In the federal government, a bachelor’s degree may be sufficient for some jobs. The median annual salary for those with a master’s degree was more than $118,000 in 2018.
- The Computing DIsciplines (CS vs. IS vs. IT) (PDF)
- Course Descriptions
- Syllabi Request Form
- Four Year Schedule (PDF)
- Degree Plans Chart (PDF)
- Prerequisite Chart (PDF)
- Prerequisite Graphs:
- B.S. Computer Science - Cybersecurity Track (PDF)
- B.S. Computer Science - Enterprise Computing Track (PDF)
- B.S. Computer Science - Games Track (PDF)
- B.S. Computer Science - Systems Track (PDF)
- B.S. Computer Science - Teacher Education Track (PDF)
- B.S. Computer Science - Web Development Track (PDF)
- B.S. Information Technology