Computer Science

THEODORE J. WENDT, PH.D., Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science Department Chair

SHAUN E. SCOTT, ED.D.

R. STEPHEN HARPER, M.S.

 

Student Learning Outcomes:

At the completion of the computer science program, students will:

  • be prepared for productive careers or further education in graduate school,
  • have the commitment and capabilities to manage a career of lifelong learning in technology and
  • be able to apply their knowledge in solving practical problems and working individually and collaboratively.

The Computer Science program provides two main tracks (CS and CIS) to provide a solid foundation for students whose goals span a wide range of disciplines within the rapidly changing field of computer technologies. Since the tracks listed do not address every student’s desired educational plan, students may design a custom area of concentration that better addresses their focus. The computer science faculty and the college registrar must approve this plan.

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