The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers degrees in two programs:
The mission of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering is to develop the human and intellectual resources needed to meet the future technological challenges in the field of computing. This includes developing computer scientists and computer engineers for positions of leadership in industry, government, and academia. It also means performing basic, applied and multi-disciplinary research as well as coordinating and cooperating with other parts of the System to enhance the effectiveness of educational resources. Likewise, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering provides the intellectual leadership and technology in the computing field required by the university, the state, and the nation.
Appointments with an academic advisor can be made by calling 979-845-4087.
Force requests (these are handled by the department teaching the class)
- Force requests for CSCE classes can be entered at CSNet at http://csnet.cs.tamu.edu/apps/forces. Do not use this for force requests for non-CSCE classes--contact the department teaching the class for those requests. If you have never had a CSE Department login, you can log in using your TAMU NETid and password. If you have previously had a CSE Department login that now is inactive contact the CS Department Helpdesk for assistance (this will be the case if you previously took CSCE classes). You must be inside the TAMU firewall to connect to this site, so you will need to use VPN from off-campus.
- Procedures for force requests and prerequisite override requests for MATH courses are described at http://www.math.tamu.edu/courses/.
- Force requests for ECEN classes should be emailed to DeAnn Wiggins, email@example.com. In this message include the course name/number; your first/last name; your UIN; your major; your preferred section; your graduation date; and your TAMU Email address.
- Force requests for Geosciences classes are entered at http://gofr.tamu.edu/. These are for courses with prefixes GEOG, GEOL, GEOP, ATMO, GEOS, or OCNG.
- Requests for prerequisite overrides for Physics classes should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Forces for ENGR/PHIL 482 are at http://engineering.tamu.edu/engineering-ethics-force. These are limited to graduating seniors.
- Forces for ENGL 301 for graduating seniors are available through http://www.english.tamu.edu/writing-programs/forcing.
Undergraduate Teaching Plan (updated information expected soon)
Expected offerings of CSCE undergraduate classes in the next two years as of 3/28/12 (pdf)
Course plan for Summer 2014: In Summer 2014, we plan to offer the following classes:
- 10-week session: CSCE 111 (Hurley); CSCE 206 (Hurley)
- First 5-week session: CSCE 121 (Daugherity); CSCE 222 (Sarin); CSCE 312 (Hammond); CSCE 315 (Choe); CSCE 411 (Williams); CSCE 420 (Daugherity)
- Second 5-week session: CSCE 221 (Leyk); CSCE 313 (Bettati)
Undergraduate Curriculum Information
- Honors and independent study curriculum information
- General curriculum information (see the Computer Science and Computer Engineering pages, linked at the top of this page, for specific information about the majors):
- Students interested in the co-op program should begin with information provided by the Career Center
Computer Science Minor information
Information about Computer Science Minors for Non-Computer Science Majors (updated 11/16/10). Please note that this minor is not available to Computer Engineering Majors.
Additional information resources
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Undergraduate Programs Contact
Office: 325 Teague Building
Mail Stop: 3112 TAMU
Phone: (979) 845-4087
Web Page: www.cse.tamu.edu/people/advising