Computer Science

 
Department of Mathematics & Computer Science
Mathematics and Computer Science Building
(440) 826-2117
jltims@bw.edu
Class sessions that utilize computers keep students engaged and provide hands-on experience.

Careers in Computer Science

  • Software Engineer
  • Web Developer/Engineer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Database Developer
  • Consultant
Career relevant, communications-focused and creative, computer science is an ever-changing field where technology melds with strategy and synergy.

Comprehensive

The computer science major utilizes a generalist approach that combines theoretical study in computer science and mathematics with applications in software development, database systems, and systems design. The major provides a solid foundation that can lead to careers in business and industry or success in graduate school.

Engaging

Learning is dynamic when it includes theory and hands-on application. You'll focus on mechanics as well as managerial practices of projects as you utilize creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving skills to create solutions for PC, web, and mobile platforms.

Experiential

Internships, field experiences, independent study projects, undergraduate research experiences, and student organizations offer real-world learning and resume-enhancing opportunities.

Flexible

We offer you the option of earning a bachelor's degree or following a 3/2 program. The 3/2 program allows you to accelerate your studies and earn both a bachelor's and an M.B.A. degree in five years.

Field for the future

The ubiquitous nature of computing in our society means graduates with computer-related majors are increasingly in demand. The computer science program is designed to produce graduates that are knowledgeable and able to adapt quickly as new technologies emerge.

Offered as a major and a minor.

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