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Bachelor’s degrees provide endless career possibilities

There has never been a more exciting time to study the issues surrounding computing and information. Our undergraduate degree programs address the holistic spectrum; from producers to users and from science-oriented exploration to human-centric applications. Whether you want to learn computer science basics, such as designing algorithms and building complex systems or, learn how to design and evaluate effective information systems; the University of Pittsburgh provides the strong educational foundation needed for career success.

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Bioinformatics

A joint degree by the Departments of Biological Sciences and Computer Science, this program provides students with a solid foundation in chemistry, biology, computer science, mathematics, and statistics. Graduates have the necessary skills to use computing tools to address contemporary problems in biology and medicine.

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Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer Science

We live in an increasingly computer-oriented world, which expands the options for those with programing skills and an understanding of the problem-solving techniques used on a variety of computational problems. This degree provides a strong foundation in computer science fundamentals.

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Bachelor of Science (BS) in Information Science

Students from a variety of backgrounds—business, psychology, media arts, communications, design, and math—are drawn to the ever-evolving field of information science. This degree program will teach you how to seek out and create electronic information; how to build, design, and evaluate effective information systems; and, ultimately, how to transform information into useful knowledge. BSIS graduates use technology to solve many of society’s most pressing problems.

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Bachelor + Master of Science in Computer Science

This program is designed for dedicated students interested in completing both degrees in five years. Core computer science courses are taken during the freshman year. This challenging program gives students the opportunity to participate in a variety of experiential educational activities such as research and teaching.

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