About Computing at ETSU
The Department of Computing at ETSU
The ETSU Department of Computing started as a concentration in mathematics in 1972, becoming a separate department in 1977. Like our industry, we have experienced continual change. We strive to offer students a balance between contemporary skills and theory that prepares them to enter the job market and to absorb the concepts they need to advance in their careers.
We offer Undergraduate and Graduate programs, together with a graduate certificate in data analytics and an accelerated B.S.-to-M.S. degree program.
- A typical undergraduate program requires four years of full-time study. Undergraduate concentrations include Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Systems, and Cybersecurity and Modern Networks.
- A typical graduate program requires two years of full-time study. Graduate concentrations include Applied Computer Science and Information Technology.
Our faculty and staff are dedicated to providing students with a quality education. Students will find an environment that offers them ample challenges and rewards.
To new students and parents, please feel free to ask questions through emailor phone; to drop by the department's office in 464 Nicks Hall; or to arrange for a virtual visit. We look forward to meeting you.
To our alumni, you are always welcome.