Undergraduate Certificate in Computer Science
Effectively using computers to solve problems is a key part of the modern, technology-driven workplace. The undergraduate certificate in computer science is being developed to provide computer programming skills to any student looking to enhance their career outlook after graduation and be more marketable to potential employers.
This 14-hour certificate will teach the skills needed to solve real-world problems by developing your own computer software. Courses are self-paced and completely online, offering students the chance to move through the program at their own pace.
Free Sample Course for Prospective Students
Are you a K-State student with interest in computer science but not sure if this program is right for you? Fill out this brief questionnaire to sign up for a free sample course designed to introduce you to the program. At this time, the sample course is available only to current K-State students with a valid eID.
Careers in Computer Science
- Software developer
- Database administrator
- Computer hardware engineer
- Computer systems analyst
- Web developer
- Computer programmer
- Information security analyst
- Information system manager
- Project manager
Please contact the department or see the informational flyer for details on course information and scheduled offerings. Future offerings are pending approval.