The undergraduate program in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org.
Additionally, students can choose an emphasis in Cybersecurity, Machine Learning, Entrepreneurship, or Secondary Education in the undergraduate program in Computer Science. For those majoring in other disciplines, a Data Science Certificate or minors in Cybersecurity or Computer Science are available.
At the graduate level, students can obtain a Master of Science in Computer Science or the Computer Science Teacher Endorsement Graduate Certificate. Furthermore, the College of Education offers a Master of Arts in Education, Curriculum and Instruction with CS Pathway. Students can complete a PhD in Computing with a Computer Science, Computational Science & Engineering, Cybersecurity, or Data Science emphasis.
At Boise State, we are proud of the strong community that our programs foster. Most upper-division classes contain fewer than 30 students, facilitating important student-professor interaction. As for clubs, the Boise State Computer Science Club encourages creativity and problem solving, while the student chapter of ACM-W supports and advocates for women in computing. Outside the classroom, local software development companies seek out upper-division students for lucrative part-time employment and high-paying internships.