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Northwest Missouri State University

Computer Science <i>with Mobile Computing emphasis</i> Major

Computer Science with Mobile Computing emphasis
Bachelor's degree completion program

The Northwest Difference

As a computer science major, students learn skills and techniques that will prepare them for success in their careers or graduate studies. Faculty focus on three core areas: general background in computer science, theory and practical reasoning.

Studying the general background in computer science educates students about the theories for why and how software systems are developed. Students learn theory by solving problems, determining solutions to problems and analyzing those solutions. In practical reasoning, students study the practicality of software systems by developing software, advancing a prototype solution and determining the software development lifecycle.

Benefits of Northwest-Kansas City

  • An associate degree will waive general education courses. Exceptions may apply.
  • Classes are only offered in the fall and spring. 

Career Opportunities in Computer Science

Job titles related to a major in computer science include:

  • IT application analyst
  • Database programmer
  • Software developer/engineer
  • System engineer
  • Web developer
  • Technology coordinator
  • Systems administration
  • Database Administrator
  • Network Engineer
  • Systems Administrator
  • Computer Programmer
  • Software Architect
  • Software Analyst
  • Technical Architect

About Northwest-Kansas City

Northwest-Kansas City is designed to attract students from the Kansas City metropolitan region. With more than 16 majors, graduate, doctorate and certificate programs, faculty and staff are here to help you complete your degree and begin your career. 

Through internships and hands-on experiences, faculty provide the tools and expertise to ensure you are career ready on day one.

Paying for your degree

We know that paying for college can be challenging. Visit the Office of Financial Assistance to learn about the more than $18 million in scholarships and grants.

Don’t forget, Northwest’s  textbook and laptop rental programs will save you nearly $7,300 over four years.

Want to earn in-state rates?

The Bearcat Advantage provides out-of-state students the opportunity to earn in-state tuition rates. This alone will save you more than $6,000.