Computer Science (Systems track)
Computer science deals with the storage, transformation and transfer of information. It is often considered to be
a branch of engineering because of its applicability.
- Comprehensive curriculum covers programming, languages, operating systems and mathematics
- You can earn a B.S. in Computer Science with one of two tracks:
— The Management Track is focused on designing and developing systems for business information management.
— The System Track allows customization of the necessary courses.
- Every course requires students to write computer programs and use a variety of computer languages, hardware and operating systems to prepare for work in industrial, commercial, government or university settings.
- are innovative and interactive
- engage in research activities with local industry
Experience computer science firsthand through our research facilities:
- Two computer laboratories with 20 dual-booting workstations
- A cluster computer for classroom use and research
- Access to the Ohio Supercomputer Center
Gain practical professional experience through UA's optional cooperative education program in the computer science field of your choice. Through co-op, you’ll alternate semesters of work and school while earning a competitive salary.
- Akron Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery
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