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We offer unique and flexible graduate programs in computer science and software engineering that will enhance your career in the technology capital of the Pacific Northwest.

Undergraduate Studies Available through the College of Science and Engineering

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At Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering, we offer unique programs that often emphasize an interdisciplinary approach. When you enroll in our school, you’ll meet with your academic advisor to discuss your course of study. Explore majors that appeal to you, such as a computer science degree to prepare you for today’s high-tech marketplace, or a degree in mechanical engineering, with which you might design alternative energy technologies, medical devices, or robotic technology.

Seattle University also offers degrees in biology, chemistry, and physics, in addition to a general science study program. The latter program is ideal for those who are interested in a broad range of fields, including mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. Our other programs of study include civil and environmental engineering, pre-health, and environmental science.

To view our complete listing of programs, please visit the website of Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering. Or, you can call us at (206) 452-2262 with any questions you might have about our computer science degree or other programs.

Stay On Top of Your Class Schedule By Downloading This Handy App!

Being a college student is a busy time in your life. However, carefully planning out your schedule can make it easier to stay on top of your responsibilities. Now, you can ditch your day planner and carry your schedule around with you on your phone. Simply download the Schedule Planner app by Intersog to gain access to a wealth of features to organize your life.

Schedule Planner

Schedule Planner allows you to categorize and label your responsibilities for comprehensive organization. You can also designate start and end times, add any additional notes, and set alarms. You can even use the color coded charts for enhanced productivity.

Pursue your academic goals by enrolling in Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering. Learn more about our degrees in computer science, software engineering, and more by calling (206) 452-2262 or visit our website for more information.

Tips for Managing Work and School When Enrolled in a Computer Science Degree Program

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Holding a job while working toward your computer science degree can be challenging. You also likely have social and family obligations. Think of it as an opportunity to hone your time management skills, which are critical for a computer science career path. The following time management tips can help you avoid burnout while successfully completing your computer science degree.

Plan Your Schedule

Planning, organizing, and prioritizing form the foundation of successful time management. Everyone has different organizational styles; experiment to find the one that works best for you. You might use a day planner, write to-do lists on a daily basis, or, since you’re a computer science student, you might prefer an organizational smartphone app. Write down your full schedule for each week, such as your classes and shifts at your job. Then, block off time for studying and homework assignments. Remember to update your schedule with upcoming tests, quizzes, and other academic responsibilities.

Enjoy Some Personal Time

Although your academic success and your job have priority in your schedule, it’s important to set aside time to relax with friends and honor your family obligations. Scheduling in fun activities allows you to be more productive later. However, to keep yourself on track, it’s best to establish start and stop times for your fun activities. Otherwise, a quick dinner with friends could easily turn into an evening out at the movies on the night before an exam.

Nurture Your Health

With your busy schedule, it’s easy to deprioritize regular exercise, sleep, and healthy meals. However, neglecting your physical health can have adverse effects on your ability to concentrate on your work. Remember to get enough sleep, especially on the night before an exam. Select healthy meal options from the dining hall instead of ordering pizza. If you’re struggling to find the time to work out, try breaking up your workouts into 10-minute segments. Physical activity will boost your concentration.

If you need help with time management, speak with your academic advisor. Seattle University's Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering offers comprehensive advising services for students pursuing degrees in computer science, software engineering, and other degrees. To learn more about our campus in Seattle, please call (206) 452-2262 or visit our website.

Advising Services offered by Seattle University's College of Science and Engineering

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The College of Science and Engineering at Seattle University prides itself on a cooperative, team approach to education. Meeting with your academic advisor is a critical component of each student’s success. Your advisor guides you through the process of short-term and long-term planning for academic and lifelong achievement. Your advisor is also available to offer guidance if you’re struggling and to answer any questions you might have regarding your computer science degree or other course of study. Keep reading for an overview of Seattle University’s advising services.

When to Meet with Your Advisor

Each student in the Sciences and Engineering departments has an assigned advisor in the Science and Engineering Advising Center or in their department. As a freshman, you’ll meet with your advisor each quarter. Otherwise, you should meet with your advisor at least once yearly; however, more frequent meetings as needed are encouraged. If you’re a new transfer student, speak with your advisor before registering for classes for the second and third quarters. You must also meet with your advisor if you’re switching majors or if you’re on first quarter probation. If you have any questions regarding when to meet with your advisor, contact your department.

What to Discuss with Your Advisor

Plan to have an open discussion with your advisor, during which you are free to share your experiences and reflections. Discuss your course of study and your long-term objectives. Discuss which classes would be best suited to your goals. Seattle University offers a challenging curriculum; never hesitate to speak with your advisor if you feel that you’re struggling academically. Your advisor can connect you with new opportunities and campus resources; he or she is dedicated to your academic and personal success.

How to Create an Academic Plan

Your advisor will guide you through drafting your educational plan, which you can expect to periodically update and revise as needed. Your educational plan provides an opportunity to explore your program of study and weigh all of your options.

If you have any questions about advising services or specific degrees, such as computer science degrees or software engineering degrees, please contact us at (206) 452-2262. Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering prepares students for rewarding careers. Visit our website to learn more about applying to our school.

Brush Up On Important Computer Science Terms and Concepts with this Great App

Majoring in computer science is a great way to expand your career opportunities. Computer scientists develop new algorithms and create new technology or improve upon existing technology. Studying regularly is the key to your success at school. Now, there’s an easier way to test your memory of your coursework without resorting to making your own flashcards.

Computer Terms App

Download the Computer Science Terms Quiz app from Digital Applications to help you prepare for exams and ace your coursework. This handy app offers a dictionary for reference, and more than 450 multiple choice quizzes and flashcards.

Get started on your path to a new career in computer science today. Learn more about the admissions process for Seattle University's Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering by calling (206) 452-2262.

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