The Department of Computer Science maintains a rigorous, state-of-the-art program with seven full-time faculty and typically between 150 and 250 majors. Read more... We offer research and advanced undergraduate elective courses in computer graphics, artificial intelligence, networks, software engineering, databases, human-computer interaction, game programming, and parallel processing. The hardware and software in our laboratories are continually updated to support our student and faculty needs. By pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree, you can prepare for a rewarding, challenging career in business, industry, or government, or establish a solid foundation for graduate studies and research.
Millersville University began teaching programming courses in 1963 and the Computer Science degree was approved in 1975. The Department has graduated over 1,500 majors who have become active, contributing members of the computing profession.
MUCS Students Win at PACISE
Congratulations to our students for their strong showing at PACISE 2016! The programming teams included (from left to right) Hugh Quinn, Ryan Peterson, Steve Zelek, Todd Echterling (coach), Shayne McIntosh, Kyle Hopkins and Nicole Seese. The Millersville Gold Team (Quinn, Peterson and Zelek) won first place! Shayne McIntosh won the Best Undergraduate Paper Award for his paper, "Optimizing the Multiclass Perceptron through Parameter Tuning and GPU Utilization".
CS Club is Heading to New York
Students from the CS Club are getting the opportunity (through funds from the MU Student Senate) to attend the Disrupt conference in NYC in May. TechCrunch Disrupt is the world’s leading authority in debuting revolutionary startups, introducing game-changing technologies, and discussing what’s top of mind for the tech industry’s key innovators. We wish these students safe travels and can't wait to hear about their experience!
MUCS Alum Takes Off for NASA
Jason Zimmerman, a recent MUCS alum (Dec 2015), will be spending this spring working as a NASA intern at the Johnson Space Center. Jason will be working on a team writing flight control software that communicates between Orion's Guidance Navigation and Control's (GN&C) Space Integrated GPS / Inertial Navigation Unit (SIGI) and Orion's Launch Abort System (LAS). He will be modeling the software with System Modeling Language (SysML), which encapsulates UML2 and also includes hardware modeling along with many other types of models.
Congratulations to Jason for earning this terrific opportunity. The MUCS faculty are sure he'll make valuable contributions to his project at NASA!
You can learn more about Orion's Launch Abort System at this address, http://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/files/orion_las_fact_sheet.pdf.
Computer Science Alumni
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Mailing AddressComputer Science Department
P.O. Box 1002
Millersville, PA 17551-0302
Ph.: (717) 871-4306
Fax: (717) 871-7963