Computer Science Department
Apr 4, 2013
The computer science curriculum promotes the development of skills in problem-solving using a computer. The major is designed to prepare students for either careers in the computer field or for graduate study.
Upon graduation, students majoring in computer science will be able to:
- Use common algorithms and data structures and apply them to new problems.
- Demonstrate fluency in object-oriented programming in both desktop and Internet applications.
- Use relational database technology.
- Understand basic computer architecture, the basic concepts of operating systems and data communications.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
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