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

Student Projects

Student Jobs

cs jobs

CS Job Presentation

MTSU Alumnus Micah Chasteen gave a presentation about how he got a job at Google.



CSCI 4360/5360 projects

Intelligent Robot Systems

4360/5360 MTSU Intelligent Robot Systems

CSCI 1160 projects

Multimedia Computation


CSCI 4700/5700 projects

Software Engineering

 software engineering

CSCI 4410/5410 projects

Web Technologies



Student Research


MTSU Mobile App

Created by our students in cooperation with ITD


Summer Real-World 3D Educational Game Projects

webgl pipeline

MS Thesis by Jeffery McRiffey

Maya to WebGL: Building a Pipeline for Browser-Based 3D Content Rendering and Animation

path planning

MS Thesis by Matthew Bradley

Path Planning and Path Following for an Autonomous Car

alex austin paper Undergraduates Alex C. Williams and Austin Hitt coauthored a paper with their internship supervisors Sophie Voisin and Georgia Tourassi from Oak Ridge National Lab. That paper entitled "Automated Assessment of Bilateral Breast Volume Asymmetry as a Breast Cancer Biomarker During Mammographic Screening" has been accepted at the Computer Aided Diagnosis track of the SPIE Medical Imaging Conference to be held in Orlando Florida February 2013.



Chelsea Rath won Honorable Mention for her presentation and Nathan Perry and Thomas Richards won third place for their presentation at the Mid-Southeast ACM conference. Con_Winners
On January 25th Deloitte LLP presented a mobile app development challenge to Computer Science Departments in the Middle Tennessee Region. Seven teams took on the challenge. On February 23rd the winners were announced. MTSU's two teams took 2nd and 3rd place. The 2nd place winners each received $1500. The 3rd place winners each received an iPad mini. Congratulations to Matthew Houglum, Robert Reeves, and Anthony Mills for the 2nd place win, and to Chelsea Rath, Jason Bandy, and Joseph Todd for the 3rd place win Delloite Challenge Winners

Animation contest

The team of CSCI major David Pettey and four Digital Animation majors won honorable mention in the "24 Hour Animation Contest."

animation contest

Programming team wins 5th place at ACM regional programming contest.

programming contest 2012