University of Central Missouri:
The B.S. degree in Computer Science has four different options; software design, computer science, computer networking and security, and game development. In this way, students, can pick a path suited for their personal taste.
The program is also a member of the Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance and Oracle Academic Initiative, a software and a program meant to aid computer science teaching.
There are laboratories to use that all possess components to work, such as Web access, a variety of computer software, and programming language compilers.
Missouri State University:
The CS curriculum is special; it's one of the five CS programs in Missouri that is accredited by the Computing Accreditiation Comission of ABET.
Class sizes are also small, which improves relationships with teachers and allows for a better learning experience, something important in computer science.
Graduates can expect, "100 percent job placement and high starting salaries."