The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers degree programs at the bachelor's (BS), master's (MS) and doctoral (PhD) levels.
Learn about theoretical, software, hardware and their interfaces through our BS in computer science program.
If you're interested in graduate study, the MS degree in computer science covers key concepts of the computer science field and offers flexibility to pursue specialization in various fields of interests.
Gain research training in both computer science and information systems through our PhD program in computer science and information systems (CSIS). This is an interdisciplinary program between the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and the CU Denver Business School.
Also, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering serves as a host department for the Engineering and Applied Science Doctor of Philosophy.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in computer science (CS) prepares students to apply their skills, knowledge and creativity in this rapidly changing field.
The minor in computer science is a great asset to many programs. Any undergraduate student currently enrolled in a CU Denver degree program with a major other than computer science may earn this minor.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering currently offers a graduate certificate in software engineering.
An MS in computer science from CU Denver provides ample opportunities in state-of–the-art research and professional development in various interdisciplinary areas.
The PhD in computer science and information systems (CSIS) offers research training in both computer science and information systems.
The Engineering and Applied Science Ph.D. (EASPhD) is a multi-disciplinary degree.