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UCO's College of Mathematics and Science offers a core of courses designed to provide students with a common breadth and depth of information, allowing students to tailor specific academic programs toward their future goals. In addition, faculty members mentor many undergraduate and graduate students in lab- and field-based research projects.

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Curriculum

UCO's Computer Science - Applied major is for students who have a second area of interest. The Department of Computer Science recognizes that computer professionals write applications for others, and this degree program gives the student an opportunity to select another discipline as a minor or second major and apply 18 of its credit hours to the Computer Science – Applied major.

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Scholarships & Tuition Waivers

Incoming freshmen are eligible for a variety of scholarships within the General Academic Scholarship Program. There are multiple scholarships specific to the College of Mathematics and Science.

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Career Opportunities

Computer Science - Applied career opportunities include: 

  • Programming
  • Systems development
  • Network technology
  • Database administration
  • Education
  • Technical support

Community Opportunities

Take advantage of these opportunities in the Metro that may spark your interest and even boost your résumé.