Academic Programs

Academic Programs

Academic Programs

Computer Science is growing more important by the day. We rely so much on technology—especially computers—in our daily lives, and that technology is constantly evolving. Here in Rowan’s Computer Science Department, we have a wide variety of programs available to help you sharpen your skills in computer-related fields. Feel free to browse our programs, see what they’re about, and find one that’s the right match for you!

Bachelor of Arts - Computing and Informatics

More applied computer science, less math and computer science theory. Programming, databases, networks...

Bachelor of Science - Computer Science

Algorithms, data structures, software design, programming language concepts, computer architecture...

Combined Advanced Degree Programs

Strong Computer Science students can earn a Masters degree in one additional year through one of our 5 Combined Advanced Degree Programs.

Masters of Science - Computer Science

Take Computer Science to the next level with a Masters degree.

Masters of Science - Data Science

The departments of Computer Science and Mathematics co-sponsor a Masters Degree in Data Science.

Masters of Science - Cybersecurity

Interested in defending your community against cyber attacks? Rowan now offeres a Masters Degree in Cybersecuirty.

Minor - Computer Science

You have the option of choosing another major but taking Computer Science as a minor.

Minor - Data Science

Interested in big data, statistics, or data mining? Add a Data Science minor to your degree!

Blockchain Technology

Interested in learning about Blockchain Technology? Want to learn more about transfering digital assets and cryptocurrency?

Undergraduate Certificates

Less intensive than a minor, non-CS and C&I majors can earn a Certificate of Undergraduate Study (CUGS) in blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies, fundamental computing, cybersecurity, computer programming, and mobile application development.

Graduate Certificates

A Certificate of Graduate Study (COGS) can be obtained independently from a MS degree, or as part of the MS degree.