Our department offers a bachelor's degree, a master's and a Ph.D. in computer science. The faculty consists of about 20 people, 18 professors and 2 instructors. Of the professors, most are computer scientists, while the others (like me) are computer engineers. More information about our department can be found at: http://www.cs.gsu.edu/
Normally in the Spring semester, I teach a class in digital signal processing (DSP), CSc 4270/6270. The "CSc" means computer science, and 4270 is the undergraduate component, while 6270 is the graduate component. The difference is that the graduate students do more work, such as extra problems on the homeworks and tests. Most of our senior level classes are this way.
The required undergraduate classes include:
Some of our students (at GSU) are non-traditional students, who work and take classes part-time. We try to accomodate our students when we can, such as offering classes at night. Other students may work and take classes. If you are working while in college, my advice to you is to be reasonable and honest with yourself. For each hour in the classroom, you should spend at least 2 hours studying. A full-time load (12 hours) should be thought of as a full-time job.
I should also mention that there is a Computer Information Systems (CIS) department in GSU's Business school. Some people find it confusing, but the CSC department and the CIS department are completely different. If you think you might be interested, check out the Business school's website: http://www.cba.gsu.edu/robinson/home.asp
If you have questions about admissions or advising, please contact one of our advisors.