B.S. Computer Science
This program is offered as one of three majors within the Global Degree Program. International students from around the globe can study at Anglo-American University in Prague for the first two years and then complete their U.S. degree at Kent State University in their final two years. Upon graduation they will receive a U.S. accredited degree from KSU.
|Accreditation||Kent State University|
|Degree||Bachelor of Science|
|Tuition||$16,400 + $28,800|
|Location||Prague / Kent (USA)|
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About the program
This program meets the needs of both students wishing to pursue a career immediately upon graduation and students planning for graduate studies in computer science. The curriculum is aligned with the most recent ACM/IEEE-CS curriculum guidelines and as such offers a good balance of practical skills and underlying knowledge necessary for adapting to the ever-changing needs of technology.
Once admitted to the program, you will take a curriculum that prepares you to complete your degree within four years. The first two years are at Anglo-American University and the final two years are at Kent State University, where you will complete a U.S. degree.
Courses will be taught in English and offered in a semester format. In addition to earning a degree, students in this program will immerse themselves in a multicultural environment at one of the most international universities in Europe and at one of the top public universities in the United States. They will learn global perspectives among peers from over 100 countries and be well positioned for a career in the world marketplace.
Going to Prague was one of the best experiences of my life. It was an amazing way to immerse myself in a different culture and truly see how big the world is. Every aspect of the city is mesmerizing, from the delicious food to the beautiful buildings. There was never a dull moment while I was there.Jaelyn Campbell, Study Abroad Student, KSU
Courses are often updated to ensure that they stay current. This program structure may be modified to reflect recent curricular changes.
Courses taught at AAU Campus in Prague
Algebra for Calculus
Intro to Computer Applications
Introduction to Sociology
European Music History Appreciation
World History II
Intro to Microeconomics
Computer Science 1A: Procedural Programming
Computer Science 1B: Object Oriented Programming
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
Intro to Macroeconomics
Computer Science II: Data Structures and Abstraction
Discrete Structures for CS
Seven Ideas that Shook the Universe
Cloud Systems Computing
My Story on the Web
Society, Culture, and the Digital Sciences
Courses taught at KSU Campus in Kent
First Year Experience
Human Interface Computing
Upper Division Elective
Brief Calculus II
Structure of Program Languages
Introduction to Database Systems Design
Computer Science III
Computer Science Upper Division Electives
Applied Linear Algebra
Computer Communication Networks
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Decision-Making Under Uncertainty
Computer Science Upper Division Electives
Kent Core Basic Science
Kent Core Basic Science Lab
Graduates of the program understand not only the theoretical underpinnings of the discipline but also how that theory influences and is applied in practice. The program emphasizes the key themes of abstraction, complexity and evolutionary change as applied to development and analysis of software. The program provides a solid foundation that allows the student to maintain his or her skills in this rapidly evolving field.
Our graduates thrive in multinational environments and are able to communicate professionally in English to international audiences. The average average salary for graduates of this program is $56,000 a year. The current job market is one of the best in five years with very good long-term growth potential. The federal government, the state of Ohio and the Northeast Ohio Technology Coalition (NORTECH) have projected significant job growth in computing. The demand for the skilled computer programmers and the computer specialists will significantly exceed the supply for years to come.
As a graduate of this degree program, you will be well equipped to continue your studies or pursue a global career in areas such as:
- Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics
- Computer Design and Development
- Computer Graphics and Visualization
- Information Security / Data Integrity
- Database Administration / Programming
- Game Design and Development
- Human Computer Interaction
- Image Processing / Multimedia Systems
- Information Technology
- Intelligent Systems
- Internet Engineering / Computer Security
- K-12 Teaching in Computer Technology
- Network Design and Administration
- Parallel and Distributed Computing
- Software Development / Programming
- Software Engineering
- Software Project Management
- System Administration
- System Analysis and Management
- Web Development / Administration
- Wireless / Sensor Network Development
See what our students have to say
We do almost all of our projects in small international teams, and we work together like we would in a business company and synergize our different ideas. There's flexibilities to meet with teachers outside of class, and ask them questions, not just specifically things we learn in the class.
Degree Seeking Student, AAU
My experience studying abroad in Prague was absolutely amazing. I was blown away by the amazing country, beautiful school and genuine people. I grew so much as a person and loved being able to study in a new environment. I highly recommend studying abroad in Prague to everyone looking for a great study abroad experience.
Study Abroad Student, KSU