“It’s a world without rules or controls, borders or boundaries…a world where anything is possible.” – The Matrix
Be like Sherlock.
No, I’m not trying to pitch you on a criminal justice degree, which is, I’m sure, very interesting.. I’m talking about computer science. One of your main tasks - next to coding - will be problem solving. Debugging. You will go on a quest to find the broken piece, the typo, the bad boy who messes with your software, messes with your head, messes with YOU. I’m talking about the science of problem solving. As a computer science major, you must be adept at modeling and analyzing problems. You will have to design solutions and verify that they are correct. You’ll be hunched over your keyboard until the early morning hours. You’ll need a skillset consisting of precision, patience, creativity, and careful reasoning. Ran Libeskind-Hadas, the computer science department chair at Harvey Mudd College noticed an increasing “enthusiasm to contribute something meaningful to society and do ‘cool’ things” among his students. Yep, being a geek is cool in today’s world.
Computer science is a discipline that spans theory and practice. You might need to think outside the box, in abstract terms as well as in concrete terms. Whether you already have a fascination with computers and programming or you’re simply toying with the idea of learning code, computer science could be the degree path for you. Computer technologies are becoming an integral part of all industries. There are growing opportunities for those with computer science degrees to contribute in the success and daily operations of nearly every industry. Earning a computer science degree will allow you to join the ranks of this fast-developing industry and may provide you access to the growing demand of computer science. A degree in computer science can be obtained from many traditional colleges and schools as well as the possibility of online degrees and courses.
Washington University in St Louis offers 3 Computer Science degree programs. It's a large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large suburb. In 2019, 246 Computer Science students graduated with students earning 166 Bachelor's degrees, 70 Master's degrees, and 10 Doctoral degrees.
Missouri State University-Springfield offers 4 Computer Science degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a midsize city. In 2019, 113 Computer Science students graduated with students earning 76 Bachelor's degrees, 32 Certificates, and 5 Master's degrees.
Central Methodist University-College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers 2 Computer Science degree programs. It's a small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a faraway town. In 2019, 8 Computer Science students graduated with students earning 8 Bachelor's degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|University of Central Missouri Warrensburg, MO||26 : 1||11,229|
|Washington University in St Louis Saint Louis, MO||16 : 1||16,191|
|Missouri State University-Springfield Springfield, MO||31 : 1||23,453|
|University of Missouri-Kansas City Kansas City, MO||28 : 1||16,388|
|University of Missouri-St Louis Saint Louis, MO||41 : 1||15,988|
|Webster University Saint Louis, MO||50 : 1||9,860|
|Truman State University Kirksville, MO||18 : 1||5,231|
|Central Methodist University-College of Graduate and Extended Studies Fayette, MO||294 : 1||3,821|
|Saint Louis University Saint Louis, MO||18 : 1||12,799|
|Central Methodist University-College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Fayette, MO||14 : 1||1,145|
|Drury University Springfield, MO||16 : 1||1,743|
|College of the Ozarks Point Lookout, MO||16 : 1||1,546|
|Southwest Baptist University Bolivar, MO||22 : 1||3,281|
|Columbia College Columbia, MO||138 : 1||9,913|
|Missouri University of Science and Technology Rolla, MO||22 : 1||8,088|
|Maryville University of Saint Louis Saint Louis, MO||60 : 1||10,013|
|Northwest Missouri State University Maryville, MO||31 : 1||7,104|
|Calvary University Kansas City, MO||18 : 1||430|