May 20, 2024  
2020-21 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2020-21 Undergraduate Bulletin ARCHIVED

Department of Computer Science

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Deborah L. Dunn, chair
Cole STEM Building, Room 312
Phone: (936) 468-2508
Fax: (936) 468-7086
P.O. Box 13063, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, TX 75962


Jeremy Becnel, Deborah L. Dunn

Associate Professor
Timothy G. Nix

Assistant Professors
Christopher P. Ivancic, Pushkar V. Ogale, Jianjun “Jeffrey” Zheng

William W. Long

Anne Marie Eubanks, Elizabeth A. Hutchison, Korey E. Kahler


The digital computer is one of the most useful devices developed by mankind. Computer science is the discipline concerned with the study of this device and how it can be used to process information and help solve complex problems. The computer science curriculum is designed to allow the future computer specialist to obtain a broad education coupled with detailed knowledge in computer science sufficient to lay a foundation for professional competence in the computing field. Non-specialists also may take computer science courses that will acquaint them with computing capabilities applicable to their main field of endeavor.

Computer Science Program Accreditation

The Bachelor of Science program with a major in computer science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET (

Student Organizations

The Computer Science Club is sponsored by the Department of Computer Science and is open to all students. This organization should be of particular interest to students who desire to become acquainted with the computing profession, computing professionals and students with similar interests.

Membership in Upsilon Pi Epsilon, the international computer science honor society, is for select juniors, seniors and graduate students who maintain specified scholastic standards. Students who want to be considered for this honor should consult the Delta Chapter faculty advisor or a student officer.



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