• Computer Science
    MTSU professors help students successfully compete annually in various programming competitions
  • Computer Science
    Senior computer science students developed the software for the MTSU mobile app
  • Computer Science
    Few degrees have as much widespread industry demand as computer science
  • Computer Science
    More than 800 technology-related jobs go unfilled
    in the mid-state area annually

Clubs and Organizations

ACM

acmACM (Association for Computing Machinery) is a national organization open to persons interested in the field of Computer Science. MTSU has an active student chapter which any student is eligible to join. Applications to join may be obtained in the Computer Science office, KOM 306. The chapter generally meets at least once a month and regularly schedules guest speakers and field trips to sites of modern computer applications. ACM at MTSU is a service organization and provides supplies to Computer Science students at a minimal cost. All Computer Science majors are encouraged to join ACM and participate in its many activities. Being a member of ACM will provide many benefits as mentioned above, will provide resume material and will allow students to participate in social activities with other Computer Science students and faculty.


wcsWomen in Computer Science at MTSU

WCS (Women in Computer Science) was organized in Summer, 2007 to address problems in attracting female students to the computer science profession and in aiding the retention of these students. Many activites are planned for this organization. Female computer science majors and/or minors are encouraged to join this organization. Contact Ms. Brenda Parker for more information.


Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE)

upeThe Paul Hutcheson Delta Chapter of the International Computer Science Honorary was officially sanctioned in 1994. UPE is open to computer science majors (undergraduate and graduate) who have distinguished themselves as scholars. Invitations for membership are based on the following criteria. A graduate student must be a candidate for a graduate degree in Computer Science, and must have completed at least sixteen semester hours for graduate credit. Further, s/he must have a grade point average of at least 3.5 (on a four point scale). An undergraduate student must be a candidate for an undergraduate degree in Computer Science, and must have completed at least sixty-four semester hours for undergraduate credit including eighteen hours in computer science. Further, s/he must have an overall grade point average of at least 3.0, and a grade point average in Computer Science of at least 3.4 (on a four point scale). Contact Dr. Sung Yoo for more information.