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CSIT Department in the College of Information and Mathematical Sciences (CIMS) offers a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. The program is unique in that it emphasizes computer gaming, though it incorporates enough flexibility that students can specialize in areas of database, computer graphics, networking, algorithms, game design, and operating systems.
CIMS was established in 1998 and is an academic unit within Clayton State University. It is housed in the James Baker University Center, which contains high-speed internet, model classrooms and a variety of laboratories with cutting-edge technology. Our faculty are active researchers and collectively have expertise in broad range of areas within computer science.
The program is driven by the following learning objectives. Students should:
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