Do you want to know more about virtual reality or mobile robotics?

The Computer Science minor is a research-based, intensive program. Taking it provides you with some valuable skills to apply no matter what career path you follow.

The program requires 24 credit hours in the areas of computing and algorithms, and discrete mathematics.

Coursework includes three levels of Computing & Algorithms, along with Discrete Mathematics and a choice of two electives.

Your research can be conducted in modern lab facilities for digital systems, embedded systems, computer networks, virtual reality systems, logic systems, parallel computing, mobile robotics, mobile application development, circuits and electronics.

Why Kettering?

  • You want hands-on experience at a University known globally for robotics and mobility.
  • You will have labs in Computer Networks and Network Security, Computer Systems, and Microcomputers I and II.
  • Our faculty are researching image and video processing, wireless sensor networks, distributed computing, virtual and augmented computer graphics, cybersecurity, social networks, and connected and autonomous vehicles.