The Department of Computing at ETSU
The ETSU Department of Computing started as a concentration in mathematics in 1972, becoming a separate department in 1977. Like our industry, we have experienced continual change. We strive to offer students a balance between contemporary skills and theory that prepares them to enter the job market and to absorb the concepts they need to advance in their careers.
- A typical undergraduate program requires four years of full-time study. Undergraduate concentrations include Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Systems, and Cybersecurity and Modern Networks.
- A typical graduate program requires two years of full-time study. Graduate concentrations include Applied Computer Science and Information Technology.
Our faculty and staff are dedicated to providing students with a quality education. Students will find an environment that offers them ample challenges and rewards.
To new students and parents, please feel free to ask questions through emailor phone; to drop by the department's office in 464 Nicks Hall; or to arrange for a virtual visit. We look forward to meeting you.
To our alumni, you are always welcome.