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What can I do with a degree in Computer Science?
Students in CS are prepared for a wide spectrum of jobs in the programming.
Opportunities for CS professionals include product development in traditional computer industries and information processing development in non-computer businesses.
CS programming skills are in demand in almost every field from health care and the sciences, through the entertainment industry.
Why choose Computer Science at Roberts Wesleyan?
Roberts blends a solid background in the technical disciplines of Computer Science with a foundation in the Liberal Arts, including the skills needed to communicate effectively and understand the global marketplace.
The small class sizes allow the professors to spend one-on-one time with students enabling them to learn more effectively and to pursue interests that might be outside the formal curriculum.
What are some interesting courses I might take?
Students in CS take an integrated sequence of programming courses that start with the basics of programming in Python
Advanced object-oriented development in Java
Introductory course in software engineering
All of these courses emphasize learning through hands-on programming experience. The curriculum also includes an introduction to computer hardware and programming algorithms. Upper-level courses in networking, security, graphics, databases, computer forensics, and other courses are available as electives as the student completes their program.
What are RWC graduates doing now?
Large and small corporations and other organizations in a range of industries, including both hardware and software companies
Information providers, and a wide variety of non-technical industries
Some work in networking and computer support
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