The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers degrees in two programs:
The mission of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering is to develop the human and intellectual resources needed to meet the future technological challenges in the field of computing. This includes developing computer scientists and computer engineers for positions of leadership in industry, government, and academia. It also means performing basic, applied and multi-disciplinary research as well as coordinating and cooperating with other parts of the System to enhance the effectiveness of educational resources. Likewise, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering provides the intellectual leadership and technology in the computing field required by the university, the state, and the nation.
Appointments with an academic advisor can be made by calling 979-845-4087.
Walk-in times for Spring 2017:
- Dr. Furuta - 2-3pm Tuesday (3/28 only--walk ins from 11-12 instead of regular time; last date for spring semester: 4/25)
- Mr. Kincaid - 1:30-4 on Tuesday and 9-11 on Friday
- Dr. Sarin - 2-3pm Friday, until April 28
All walk in times are first-come, first-served, and are in 328 Teague. Please be aware that there may be a lengthy wait if there are many people ahead of you.
Current High School or College Transfer Students - Prospective Student Group Sessions
The Computer Science and Engineering Advising office offers Prospective Student Group Sessions throughout the year.
- These meetings are typically offered on
- Mondays at 1:30 pm
- Fridays at 2:30 pm
- 301 HR Bright Building
- To sign up for a CSE Prospective Student Group Session
Change of Major to Computer Science or Computer Engineering
You must submit an online application if you wish to be considered for a change of major to Computer Science (CPSC) or Computer Engineering–CS track (CECN) from other majors at Texas A&M University.
Applications received after the deadline cannot be guaranteed full consideration. Decisions are made after a review of grades at the end of the semester. Applicants will be contacted via email at their TAMU email address.
We recommend that students interested in change of major review the general information that we provide--see the Undergraduate Transfers link in the sidebar to the right of this page.
Summer 2017 CSCE courses
We have received approval for our preliminary list of classes to be offered this summer in CSCE. The list is tentative—it is our intention to offer these classes but things can change between now and then. We do not yet know specifics of the intended offerings—specifically we don’t know yet in which sessions the classes will be offered and we don’t yet know instructors.
Our plans are to offer (sessions are still subject to change):
In person (regular, on campus):
121 (summer I), 221 (summer II), 312 (summer II), 313 (summer I), 314 (summer I), 315 (summer I), 310 (summer II), 411 (summer I--tentative), 435 (summer I)
As distance offerings (offerings through the distance program carry extra tuition):
121 (in addition to the in-person 121; summer 10 week session), 222 (summer I), 410/611 (summer I)
Additional information will be shared when available.
Undergraduate Curriculum Information
Honors and Independent Study Curriculum Information
General Curriculum Information
Computer Science Minor Information
Information about Computer Science Minors for Non-Computer Science Majors (updated 11/16/10). Please note that this minor is not available to Computer Engineering Majors.
Additional information resources
Undergraduate Programs Contact
Office: 328 Teague Building
Mail Stop: 3112 TAMU
Phone: (979) 845-4087