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 2011-2012 Department Newsletter for the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is now available.
Michelle Blackwood '14 and Vanessa Logan '14, accompanied by Professors Visa and Byrnes, were presenters at the Ohio Celebration of Women in Computing. Vanessa gave a presentation on her "Purchaso Internship: Combining Web Development, Marketing, and Social Media". Michelle presented her research on "Finding Regulatory Motifs in the Solanum Lycopersicum Genome".
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