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Milanova, Mariofanna G.
Computer science is a discipline leading to exciting and lucrative careers. The department offers courses covering a wide range of topics including software development/computer programming, programming languages, data structures, algorithms, computer architecture, networks, operating systems, compilers, software engineering, database systems, computer graphics/data analytics and visualization, virtual reality/augmented reality, artiﬁcial intelligence/machine learning, and theory of computation.
The department prepares students both for careers in the computing industry and for advanced studies in computer science. The department maintains close ties with local, state, and regional IT communities and enables its students to participate in the many cooperative, internship, and employment opportunities made available through these contacts. The department also maintains close ties with the Emerging Analytics Center (EAC) providing exciting opportunities for students in many computing domains.
The BS in Computer Science program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
Students seeking a degree in computer science must apply for admission to UA Little Rock and indicate their intention to major in computer science. Students will be assigned a professional advisor in the Trojan Academic Advising and Support Center upon admission.
Major in Computer Science
Requirements for the BS in Computer Science degree include the core computer science and mathematics courses and upper-level electives in computer science and related disciplines.
ProgramsAssociate of Computer ScienceBachelor of ScienceMinorTechnical Certificate