University of Southern Indiana
USI Romain College Computer Science Class

Computer Science

Computer Science is a dynamic major requiring creativity, insight, knowledge, and skills in problem solving. The USI Computer Science degree prepares graduates for career opportunities in this growing field or for graduate study.

Practice what you learn:

  • Internships provide real-world experience
  • Class projects help solve issues presented by area businesses and organizations
  • Students and faculty work together
  • Study abroad programs

Topics of Study:

  • software engineering
  • system development
  • artificial intelligence
  • data structures

Areas of Interest:

  • software development
  • network management
  • e-business
  • programming languages

Student organizations:

USI Chapter of AIS Association for Information SystemsUSI Chapter of AIS Association for Information Systems

Computer Science News and Faculty Spotlights


  • Faculty publication: Dr. Srishti Srivastava, assistant professor of computer science, authored a chapter published in one of the first standard textbooks on topics in parallel and distributed computing for undergraduates. Her chapter titled, “Scheduling in Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems,” is published in *Topics in Parallel and Distributed Computing: Enhancing the Undergraduate Curriculum: Performance, Concurrency, and Programming on Modern Platforms*. This is the first initiative taken by National Science Foundation (NSF) and IEEE technical committee on parallel processing (TCPP) toward standardizing text for undergraduate computer science curriculum on topics in parallel and distributed computing.
  • Meet Kelly Reisinger, USI alum and member of Romain College's IT Alliance
  • USI ACM Club hosts first annual Hackathon


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