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Computer Science Curriculum

The Department of Computer Science offers a comprehensive program of study in both the theory of Computer Science and its applications, leading to a nationally accredited (ABET) Bachelor of Science degree. It includes the study of algorithmics; program design and analysis; computer languages and software development; application packages; computer hardware, digital logic, and operating systems; artificial intelligence; numerical analysis; database management; object-orientation and software engineering; computer games and graphics; data communications and computer networks; simulation; and theory of computation. A broad and solid foundation in problem solving, modeling, and decision making is established, and the ability to programming is developed and refined. Theoretical concepts are reinforced through extensive lab work and computer projects. This program prepares students for a wide range of career opportunities and/or pursuing graduate studies for an advanced degree.

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Minor in Computer Information Systems: