Computer Science is the study of computer programs, abstract models of computers, and applications of computing. Computer Science combines elements of mathematics, philosophy, languages, and natural science. Although computing technology is continuously changing, the core skills required to practice Computer Science remain the same: problem solving, abstract thinking, and independent learning.
As computing is increasingly applied to other fields, students in the natural sciences, business and economics, and other majors may benefit from a minor or double major in Computer Science.
The 2012-2013 Department Newsletter for the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is now available.
After serving a five-year appointment as GLCA New Directions Initiative Program Officer, Simon Gray has returned to the Department and will resume teaching duties in Computer Science this fall. Welcome back, Dr. Gray! Learn More »
CS majors Dagmawi Zegeye, Carlos Gonzales and Bobby Persons recently participated in the ACM Regional Programming Contest at Youngstown State University. Learn More »
CoW Mathematics and Computer Science on Facebook »
This math and computer science double major had accepted a job offer, as an application developer with Goldman Sachs in New York City, by October of his senior year, thanks in part to his three summers’ experience in Wooster’s Applied Mathematics Research Experience.
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