Decades ago, owning a personal computer required big bucks and major house renovations. Today, almost everything uses a microchip, and demand has skyrocketed for software programmers, graphic artists and information technicians as we find ourselves in the thick of the information age. Students in Clemson’s School of Computing enjoy an innovative curriculum that puts them on the cutting edge of the latest digital developments.
Students in the School of Computing have many avenues to explore. Some elect to pursue software development while others opt for international computing or graphic communication. A number of students choose to combine the technical areas of computer science with a study concentration of business theory and application by majoring in computer information systems.
Three degrees are available to undergraduates.
Graduates of our program are well-prepared and highly recruited. Computing jobs are among the highest paid and, contrary to popular belief, there are more jobs available now than before the dot-com bubble. Over the last several years, most jobseeking students had offers before graduation.
Materials Science and Engineering