Bachelor of Science
Developing technologies for the future.
In today’s fast paced, global society, technology is ever-evolving to shape and keep up with the changes. With a degree in computer science, you will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to influence what’s next.
Solve complex problems
You’ll learn to break down complicated processes into their constituent parts, ultimately transforming those parts into working code. Learning this approach will also make you more adept at general problem solving.
Design software like a professional
Beyond the skills you’ll develop as an individual programmer, you’ll also learn how to collaborate effectively by working on group projects. When creating as part of a team, you’ll employ the same development lifecycle used in most professional environments.
Your ideal plan
You won’t have to worry about taking many years to complete your degree. Our small class sizes and easily accessible courses allow you to complete your B.S. in Computer Science in four years.
Get hands-on experience in the field
Internship opportunities at companies such as Google, Intel, and Disney will give you invaluable hands-on experience working in the industry. One might even turn into a job offer!
The direct experience you receive in the classroom and internships will also prepare you for graduate programs in cybersecurity, machine learning, artificial intelligence and more.
Computer Science is becoming an integral part of modern life. It is critical for current and future generations to understand what Computer Science is, how Computer Science transcends, and in what ways Computer Science betters and enriches life.Chang-Shyh Peng
I think the biggest inspiration I’ve received from a class here was Computer Graphics with Dr. Reinhart. We utilized Linear Algebra tricks to perform some pretty cool graphical manipulations. The math and programming behind them required time and patience, but it was very worth while.George Nasr '16
Computer science majors are in demand. Our graduates enjoy a high rate of placement in both jobs and graduate schools. Due to the increasingly digital nature of our economy, you’ll find that your skills are needed in a wide variety of industries, giving you ample career choices.
Our alumni study at:
- California Lutheran University
- California State University, Channel Islands
- California State University, Northridge
- Florida Polytechnic University
- Saint Louis University
- Washington State University
- University of California Santa Barbara
- University of Southern California
- University of Washington
Our alumni work for:
- Aerovironment, Inc
- Bank of America
- Big-O Tires
- Cresendo Interactive
- Guitar Center
- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
- Northrop Grumman
- Yardi Systems
- Database Specialist
- Enterprise Manager
- Programmer Analyst
- Software Developer
- Software Engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Technical Writer
of Cal Lutheran graduates find a job or enroll in graduate school within nine months
The Computer Science program taught me fundamental concepts in software engineering, computer architecture, networking, software development, and coding principles. I frequently use all of these skills in my current job at Amazon Web Services, where I help architect and build data structures for companies migrating to cloud based computing. Additionally, the program also taught me to be a self-sufficient researcher. This is a key skill to have at any level as it is important to learn and adapt as your job demands change.
Palmer Chaplin '20
Computer Science Major
Cloud Practitioner, Amazon