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School of Computer Science

School of Computer Science

The mission of the School of Computer Science is to provide graduates with the durable knowledge necessary to become future leaders in the rapidly evolving discipline of Computer Science as well as in other computer-related fields. The Computer Science major will prepare students to succeed in a wide range of computer-science-related careers including software engineering, databases, computer security, networks, system administration, etc.

This program will produce graduates suitable for employment in industry, government, or entrepreneurial endeavors, and who can advance professionally with significant technical achievements and expanded leadership responsibilities. Graduates will have sufficient teamwork, communication, and interpersonal skills to enable them to work with others effectively in their careers, and they will be sufficiently prepared to be innovative and ethical leaders in a global society.

Certificate in Computer Science: Networking

The IT world is integrated by networks. Success in IT disciplines like database, website, or ecommerce development demands a supporting grasp of the network environment. Major technologies are the networks themselves, their fit within the operating platforms they connect to, specific network applications, and measures to achieve networks security. Network engineers and other qualified IT specialists must understand the various protocols, program interfaces with them, how networks are presented and managed on Unix and Windows platforms, specific server programs and their clients, and what the inherent risks are.

Associate of Arts in Computer Science

The Associate Degree in Computer Science is designed to provide students with the basic skills in computer networking, programming and databases that are standard in information technology and software design industries. This program prepares students for transfer upon graduation to four-year institutions to pursue a baccalaureate degree in Computer Science or a related field, or to enter the computer technology job market directly. 

Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science

The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science program will prepare undergraduate students to succeed in a wide range of computer-science-related careers including software engineering, databases, computer security, networks, system administration, etc. This program will produce graduates suitable for employment in industry, government, or entrepreneurial endeavors, and who can advance professionally with significant technical achievements and expanded leadership responsibilities. Graduates will have sufficient teamwork, communication, and interpersonal skills to enable them to work with others effectively in their professional careers and they will be sufficiently prepared to be innovative and ethical leaders in a global society.

Date: 12.18.2018