Meet our Computer Science Majors and Alumni


Majoring in Computer Science can take you where you want to go!

The Computer Science (CS) Department was established at Rutgers in 1966. Programs leading to a Bachelor's degree in computer science are offered by the undergraduate colleges at Rutgers. The faculty of the department are members of the School of Arts and Sciences. The Graduate Program in Computer Science, which is a program in the Graduate School, offers courses of study leading to an M.Sc. or a Ph.D. in computer science. The graduate and undergraduate programs are highly ranked by the US News & World Report for computer science rankings and CS Rankings which are based on faculty research publications. A recent Washington Post study found that computer science majors earn the highest median based salary amongst all college majors.

Are you considering majoring in Computer Science at Rutgers? Join us for a tour of our state-of-the-art Computer Science Department on the Busch Campus at Rutgers University. The one-hour tour gives you access to our labs, classrooms, and collaborative spaces like The C.A.V.E. Ask questions, explore our curriculum, and take your first steps towards your journey in Computer Science. Tours are available by registration only. Click Here to Register


Arts and Sciences in Action: A Computer Science View of the World


"What I love about Rutgers is the sheer range of knowledge and experience that is available to you as an undergraduate"

Poorva Sampat
Class of YYYY

The Department of Computer Sciences is part of the School of Arts and Sciences

As a Computer Sciences major in the School of Arts and Sciences, you’ll have full access to a liberal arts education that spans 47 programs for undergraduates. You will acquire both the specialized knowledge of the field you choose to study in depth, and broad knowledge of the world from the renowned scholar-teachers at Rutgers. You’ll graduate ready to meet contemporary challenges in your workplace, in your hometown, and in the global community.

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