|Degree Plan Options|
120 Credit Hours
Victoria (traditional semesters)
Katy (mostly evenings, traditional semesters)
Online FastTrak (8-week online courses)
|Tuition & Fees|
Computer Science Program Mission
The mission of the Computer Science Program is to develop the skills and analytical abilities of its students, helping them become highly professional computer scientists capable of actively contributing to their communities and committed to lifelong learning, development, and success. Constant striving toward excellence in teaching and quality undergraduate research results in sustaining our renowned academic environment.
The mission of the Computer Science Program can be summarized as follows:
- Developing highly professional computer scientists capable of actively contributing to their communities.
- Supporting the commitment of students to lifelong learning, development, and success.
Program Educational Objectives
Graduates of the UHV Computer Science Program will have:
- acquired breadth and depth of skills in the necessary fields of Computer Science and mathematics to be able to design and implement computer-based solutions to commercial, scientific, and industrial problems and to provide system level support and development.
- learned to employ the necessary verbal, written, visual, and collaborative communication skills to be effective team members in multidisciplinary project settings.
- sharpened the sense of social responsibility and ethics essential in contributing to their community.
- acquired the skills necessary to achieve their career goals, whether employment at a reputable corporation, further study in a quality graduate program, or success in operating their own business.
- exhibited a concrete commitment to lifelong learning and development.
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The lower division courses required include Calculus I and II and 6 hours of programming selected from C++, Java, and/or .Net Framework.
Please contact College of Natural and Applied Science for more information.
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Request information or call us at (361) 570-4848 to get started.
Already a student and need advising? Ana Laura Pineda is available at the Victoria campus for advising.