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  • MTSU professors help students successfully compete annually in various programming competitions
  • Senior computer science students developed the software for the MTSU mobile app
  • Few degrees have as much widespread industry demand as computer science
  • More than 800 technology-related jobs go unfilled
    in the mid-state area annually

Facilities and Resources

The Computer Science Department manages a lab complex in Kirksey Old Main 350-351-360. Click here for lab hours. Click here to report a problem with lab hardware or software.

Several sources of UNIX help are available.

Books from O'Reilly and other publishers are available to MTSU students and faculty at Safari Tech Books Online.

SCIENTIA is an electronic journal featuring the research of students enrolled at Middle Tennessee State University.

Dr. Roland Untch maintains the STORM site, a nexus of Software Testing Online Resources designed to be a "first-stop" on the Web for software testing researchers and practitioners. provides a wealth of information about Computer Science degree programs and careers (including salary data).

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