Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)
Practical challenges. Real-world experience.
With dedicated Christian faculty and a one-of-a-kind work environment, Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) at Taylor University is a unique and challenging program that provides real world experience. Our ABET-Accredited Computer Engineering Program has a 97% job placement rate before graduation.
We offer excellence in and out of the classroom with majors in: Computer Engineering, Cybersecurity, Digital Media, and Systems Engineering. Our general Computer Science major offers specializations in: Business Information Systems, Graphics, Artificial Intelligence, Systems, Scientific Computing, and Software Programming. You can study what you love and get a job with places like Walmart Corporate, Chick-fil-A, Eli Lilly and Company, Lockheed Martin, Wycliffe Bible Translators, and Sentry Data Systems.
Taylor’s CSE Faculty will also prepare you to think about your work from an ethical and theological standpoint:
“In a pluralistic society, when you are working with all kinds of people who don’t share your exact views or faith, there has to be a way to express your ethics in a way that everyone understands. In using technology, it changes how we think and view our world . . . We should pay close attention to something so powerful that it changes your view of the world.” –Dr. Jeff Cramer, CSE professor
No matter where you want to go next with your degree—corporate, non-profit, missions, graduate school—Taylor’s CSE program can get you there. Visit our department website for more information.
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Interested? Watch our videos, check out our degrees and majors, or better yet, visit us and see the Euler Science Complex!
In this video, Dr. Jeff Cramer, Professor of Computer Science, discusses how the department has a great history of preparing students for their careers or graduate school… including heavy recruitment on campus from employers like Chick-Fil-A and Eli Lilly.
Dr. Bill Toll, Dean of the School of Natural and Applied Science, describes the Euler Science Complex and how the sustainability features and design aligns with the mission of the University and the legacy of discovery that Taylor has had starting with the original Nussbaum Science Building.
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Published: December 06, 2017
Two professors and five students from Taylor University's Computer Science and Engineering department traveled to Washington, D.C. this week to present their work in malware research to Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Labs (ATL). The work was sponsored by ATL and carried out by three professors and 14 computer science students during 2017. All five students in attendance took part in the presentation and were paid complements by the project sponsor.
Published: April 17, 2017
Senior computer science major Mitchell Mays will present his original research paper at the 28th Modern Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (MAICS) conference in Fort Wayne. Mays conducted the research for his paper, entitled “Feature Selection for Malware Classification, as part of a two semester research course last year.