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University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bachelor in School of Computing
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Bachelor in School of Computing

Lincoln, USA

120 Hours

English

Full time

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Aug 2024

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On-Campus

* for in-state students| may 1, 2024 application deadline for out-state students

* in-state|859 USD per credit hour for out-state

Introduction

Computer science focuses on programming languages and theory that will prepare you for any computing career path. You will learn both fundamentals and high-level concepts and have the flexibility to explore a variety of specialized computing topics tailored to your specific goals, interests, and desired skills. You will study various aspects of data science, including data collection, visualization, foundations of computational methodologies, and software and hardware applications.

Program Features

Undergraduate Research

You will be invited and encouraged to participate in faculty-supervised research supported by grants and the university’s UCARE program.

Prime Silicon Prairie Location

The university is within walking distance of dozens of local tech startups and thriving companies. You won’t have to look far to land a great internship or a first job.

Real-World Experience

The program prepares you for your professional future by incorporating real industry work into the course curriculum.

Outside the Classroom

At Nebraska, you’ll have many opportunities to discover your academic community and stretch your strengths.

Innovate in Senior Design

Spend a full academic year working on a team to complete a real-world project for an industry or faculty sponsor in the Senior Design course.

Engage in Cutting-Edge Research

Join faculty in research labs to gain experience in a specific area of computing. For example, our NIMBUS Lab allows students to participate in drone development.

Intern for Credit

Gain career experience while completing academic requirements by earning course credit for an approved internship.

Learn by Connecting

Use the Learning Assistant Program that helps first-year computing majors succeed through partnerships with upper-level students, academic support, and improved learning experiences.

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