Computer Science Department

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Welcome to the Computer Science Department

In the ever-changing world that we live in, much of the future lies in the hands of today’s and tomorrow’s computer scientists. USU's Computer Science Department offers students the opportunity to help shape the future.

Our graduate program is constantly expanding and many research opportunities are available for all Computer Science students in:

- Multi Agent Systems
- Automated Code Generation
- Program Optimization
- Analysis of Algorithms
- Programming Languages
- Artificial Intelligence
- Software-engineering principles
- Models, and Methods
- Object Orientation
- Distributed Systems
- Development Tools
- Multimedia Applications
- Software Systems
- Computational Biology
- Intelligent Systems
- Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
- Human-Centered Computing (HCC)
- Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)
- Crisis Informatics
- Mobile Technologies
- Discrete and Computational Geometry
- Combinatorial Optimization
- Bioinformatics Algorithms
- Assistive Technology
- Social Computing
- Web-scale Information Management
- Distributed Data-Intensive Systems
- Large-scale Networked Information Systems
- Security in Cyber-physical Systems
- Wireless and Mobile Network security
- Security and Privacy Issues in Cloud Computing
- Content-Based Image/Video
- Participatory Design
- Social Media

USU’s Computer Science Program also boasts one of the highest job placement rates and starting salaries for graduates at Utah State University. With a job market that is projected to grow by 30% over the next decade, USU’s Computer Science Department is poised to help fuel innovation and create tomorrow’s leaders in Computer Science.

The undergraduate Computer Science programs are accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commision of ABET: http://www.abet.org

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Student Success

Jerry Westberg is a USU Alumni who graduated with honors and is now representing the Aggies at the U of U in their Masters program.

Christopher Blay is a USU grad who now works at YouTube.

3 USU Students start a gaming company.

Austin Wilkins graduated in Dec'12 with an offer from Amazon.

Dallin Osmun, an undergraduate in Computer Science at Utah State University, developed some of the first iPhone apps to land in the store.

Shay Merrill, graduating December, lands a full time position with MasterControl by taking advantage of our CS internship program.

Nare Hayrapetyan, a recent MS student, was recently hired by amazon as a software developer.

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