Round Rock Campus

Computer Science Studies at Texas State University's Round Rock Campus 

    Whether you take courses at the Texas State main campus in San Marcos or at the Round Rock Campus, our computer science graduates are in high demand.

The Opportunities

    In partnership with Texas State University and Austin Community College (ACC), the Round Rock Campus (RRC) offers students the opportunity to affordably and conveniently obtain their undergraduate or graduate degree.

    The Round Rock Campus partners with local community colleges such as Austin Community College and Temple College (TC) to offer students the freshman and sophomore (lower-level) classes, while the RRC offers the junior and senior (upper-level) courses. Courses at the RRC are available at times conducive for employed students, and degree plans are designed for courses to be taken on a part-time basis.  Courses are generally offered in the evening from 6:30 to 9:20 p.m.

    For Texas State University's Tuition and Fee Chart, please visit the Student Business Services webpage

Why Computer Science?

    Earn a quality degree to boost your career, e.g., job advancement, competitive advantage, or have better/broader career options. Computer science is not just about programming! Computer scientists and software engineers enjoy exciting careers which utilize a diverse selection of modern technology including:

  • Information systems security
  • Wireless network technology
  • Digital multimedia/graphics
  • Server administration
  • Embedded computer systems
  • Graphical user interfaces
  • Intelligent systems
  • Web-based enterprise development

    Your future can be in one of these fast-growing, high-paying occupations:

  • Computer Software Engineer
  • Computer Support Specialist
  • System Administrator
  • Information Systems Security Specialist
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Database Administrator

    For more information on possible job titles and career settings, please visit the Career Services webpage.

How to Get Started.

    A full listing of steps regarding how to get started with an undergraduate or graduate program at the RRC is shown on the RRC Getting Started webpage.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Texas State Advising

Undergraduate advising
Current Students:
E-Mail: scienceadvising@txsate.edu
College of Science and Engineering, Computer Science undergraduate student advisor
Comal Building, room 210C
Telephone: 512.245.1315

Prospective Students:
E-Mail: recruitment@cs.txstate.edu

Graduate advising
Dr. Wuxu Peng, Advisor for graduate students
Comal Building, room 309B
E-Mail: graduateadvisor@cs.txstate.edu
Telephone: 512.245.3874

Address:
Department of Computer Science
Texas State University
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666

Web Site:  https://cs.txstate.edu/

Round Rock Center Advising

Address:
Texas State University Round Rock Campus
1555 University Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78664

Admission Liaison
Texas State University Round Rock Campus
Avery Building, Room 201
Telephone: 512-716-4040

Website: http://www.rrc.txstate.edu

Austin Community College Counseling

Professor Mary Kohls
Rio Grande 114
E-Mail: kohls@austincc.edu
Telephone: 512.223.3185
Fax: 512.223.3192

Address:
Department of Computer Science
Austin Community College
1212 Rio Grande
Austin, TX 78701

Website: http://www.austincc.edu/cit