I am interested in more information on the Computer Science program offered at UoPeople.

The Computer Science Program provides an appreciation of the foundations of computation, an understanding of the structure of programming languages, the skills to put these concepts and technologies into practice, and the know-how to utilize hardware to its fullest potential.

Computer Science applicants will be asked to demonstrate that they possess the pre-requisite level of experience with mathematics or computer science needed to succeed in the program.  Evidence of this level of preparedness can include having had a strong mathematics preparation in high school, prior college-level course work in mathematics and/or in computer science, and/or work-related experience in either math or computer science. Applicants who are unable to demonstrate the required level of preparation can still be considered for admission to "non-degree special student" status, which means that they will be offered the opportunity to take pre-requisite course(s) in Mathematics that, if the courses were successfully completed, would allow them to pursue their desired undergraduate program.

You can read more about the Computer Science degree programs here: https://www.uopeople.edu/programs/cs/