Computer Science Department
Are you a high school student thinking about Computer Science as a major and a career? Are you employed full time and considering a career change? If so, there are many good reasons for considering the Computer Science major at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. We offer two distinct emphases with the major: the Computer Science emphasis and the Software Engineering emphasis. The Computer Science emphasis is one of the select few ABET-accredited Computer Science programs in the state of Wisconsin. Learn why ABET accreditation makes a difference.
The department has recently completed a project under a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates grant. This allowed us to host and provide stipends to eight students for each of three summers. They worked on a variety of research projects that explored the common theme of open source software development in online computer science learning environments.
Chair Office Hours for Fall 2015
Monday - Wednesday - Friday 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Tuesday 10:00AM - Noon
Thursday 11:00AM - Noon
or by appointment.
Computer Science Dept. Office Hours
How may we assist you?
Contact Mary Eiden, our Academic Department Associate.
Main office is in Halsey Science Hall: Room 229B
Main office hours: Fall Semester 2015
Monday - Thursday:
7:30 - 3:30
Closed during the following times:
Tuesday & Wednesday 11:15-12:30
If the office is closed, see if David Furcy is available in Halsey 221
Interested in participating in the annual ACM Programming Contest?
Each year the Association for Computing Machinery sponsors the International Collegiate Programming Contest -- see icpc.baylor.edu and ncna-region.unl.edu for information. This year that contest will occur on Saturday, October 31. If you would like to be on one of the UWO teams, you must enroll in the one-credit course CS 314 - Practice for the ACM Programming Contest. The expectations for students who participate are detailed at csf11.acs.uwosh.edu/cs314/cs314_syllab.pdf. If you are interested in participating, contact Tom Naps at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be having an organizational meeting for the course at 4:30, Thursday, September 24, in Halsey 202.