The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers degrees in Computer Science and Computer Systems Engineering. Graduates from the program are prepared for a variety of professional opportunities involving computer hardware and software.
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CS&E 2013/2014 Curriculum Changes
Beginning in Fall 2013, the Computer Science & Engineering Department is adopting a revised curriculum.
If you are a student under the 2013/2014 catalog year, please see the new course catalog content and flowcharts. If you have not yet spoken to an advisor, please make an appointment with either the incoming student advisor, Crickett Watt (email@example.com ; 907-786-1085) or your assigned faculty advisor.
If you are a student under any previous catalog year, the new program requirements will not apply to you. In order to determine which new core courses are equivalent to the old ones, see the curriculum changes guides. Please consult with a faculty advisor for further details on which classes you should take.
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News and Events
Windows 8 Developer Event for Students
Jeremy Foster of Microsoft will be on-campus Friday and Saturday, September 6th and 7th, 2013, to host a Windows 8 developer event for students. Food will be provided. More details to come.
Prof. Randy Moulic and Augmented Human Senses
Read about Prof. Moulic's future research projects at http://edit.uaa.alaska.edu/computerscienceandengineering/hearingaidresearch.cfm
Prof. Sam Siewert's Smart Cam Project
Read about Prof. Siewert's latest research project at http://www.uaa.alaska.edu/computerscienceandengineering/smartcam.cfm.
Association for Computing Machinery Student Club
Visit http://uaa.acm.org for information about upcoming student club meetings and events.
Microsoft DreamSpark Program