When you major in computer science, you'll learn how to use computers to solve society's problems. You'll explore new visions of computing for the 21st century, while gaining a strong background in computer hardware and software and a substantial amount of hands-on experience.

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You'll be prepared to work in the computer industry and in business, in careers that have high growth and earning potential. You may work as a computer scientist, software engineer, database administrator, computer support specialist or system administrator. You'll also be well-prepared to continue your studies at the graduate level.


Shelley Zhang

Assistant Professor
Computer & Information Science
Dion 302 C