The University of Maine is a public 4-year school offering computer science bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. Curriculum for its undergraduate program includes 50 hours of computer science coursework covering such topics as object-oriented programming, data structures, software engineering and mathematical theory. You'll also undertake a capstone experience where you can conduct research, participate in a field experience or hone your programming skills in a group project.
Computer science degrees available at the University of Southern Maine include a Bachelor of Science program that includes coursework in programming algorithms, object oriented design, systems programming and data structures. You can also participate in a structured programming laboratory where you'll learn how to use Java to create software programs.
The university also offers a software systems graduate certificate for computer professionals interested in bringing their knowledge of programming languages and methods up to date. Students completing this course of study can apply their credits toward the school's computer science master's degree program.