Computer Science & Information Technology

Spring Registration Now Open!

New and returning students: spring registration is now open! Register now to get your classes! View All Dates

Important Dates
Jan 3 – Tuition deadlines begin
Jan 16 – 16wk, & 1st 8wk classes start
Mar 18 – 2nd 8wk classes start

New! ACC’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Cybersecurity prepares students for the important work of safeguarding networks and data.

Get started on your application today.

Trailblazers in tech start here. ACC Computer Science and IT prepares you for a career in the booming Austin tech sector. Learn to code, design games, develop network security solutions, and more.

Computer Science Associate and Bachelor Degrees

Whether your goal is an associate degree, a bachelor’s, or to transfer to a four-year university, ACC has you covered. You can put together a computer science degree plan that works for you. 

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Software Development. Learn software development at your own pace and build on your associate’s degree for a fast, efficient degree plan. 
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Cybersecurity. ACC’s BAS in cybersecurity expands on the associate’s degree. You’ll gain networking and information security education and experience.
  • Associate of Applied Science Degrees. Earn an AAS in programming, web development, game design, cybersecurity, and much more.

ACC Computer Science Certificates

Learn to code with ACC computer programming classes and prepare for CompTIA and other industry certifications. Our LAN Administrator Career ACCelerator and Information Technology Institute programs feature block scheduling, which simplify course planning and let you skill up fast. 

ACC is committed to providing support services such as computer science tutoring to help students achieve success. The Women in IT Institute provides peer support and mentorship programs for students who are charting a new path in tech.

Start Your Career in IT at ACC

Whatever your goals, ACC is ready to help you succeed. Add tech skills, earn an associate degree or bachelor’s, and gain certifications that will make you marketable in today’s tech industry. Explore programs and learn more below.


Inside this Area of Study

The tech industry has grown almost 25 percent over the past five years in Central Texas. Currently there are more than 8,100 job openings in Computer Science/IT, and demand is expected to continue to grow. ACC now offers a pathway for you to advance in your career through the Bachelor of Applied Science in Software Development.

Computer science class.
ACC Area of Study: Computer Science & Information Technology
ACC IT alumna Aida Nacro poses for a portrait at her workplace.
BAS in Software Development