Computer Science at BYU

The BYU CS program is noted for its undergraduate mentoring and research opportunities in the department’s 20 research labs.

A strong emphasis is placed on professor-student mentoring, creating research opportunities for undergraduates that are unique among most programs in the nation.

In 2009, the department’s research projects brought in over one million dollars in grant funding, and CS faculty contributed to over 90 publications.

In addition, students benefit from the on-campus resources including 14 open labs with nearly 360 work stations, free MSDN software, web space, supercomputing facilities, computer support, advisement, and student organizations.

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Contact Us

Computer Science Department
Brigham Young University
3361 TMCB PO Box 26576
Provo, UT 84602-6576

Phone: (801) 422-3027
Fax: (801) 422-0169

Undergraduate Mentorship

At BYU, undergraduate students have the opportunity to work directly with faculty on meaningful research questions, giving them excellent work experience and often opportunities for publishing.

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