Ultimately I want to see students develop the skills and mindset to be successful in their chosen field. To accomplish this I work with students to learn to be independent, critical thinkers and provide real-world context for course assignments to keep students engaged. I always try to help students pursue their passions. Computer science is a great field of exploration and discovery where creativity should be both nurtured and encouraged.
locationBerry Citrus Science - room 305
Christian Roberson received his Bachelor of Science in computer engineering from the University of Florida in the Spring 2001. From the Fall 2001 through the Summer 2007, he was a graduate assistant in the department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering at the University of Florida. He completed his Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering in Spring 2003 and his Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Engineering in Spring 2008.
From Fall 2007 to Spring 2016 he was a faculty member in the Computer Science and Technology Department at Plymouth State University. He has taught a wide variety of courses including introductory programming, data structures, algorithms, software engineering, computer security, web programming, and mobile application development. He served as chair of the department from Fall 2012 to Summer 2016.
In his free time Christian enjoys reading, board games, hiking, and software development.
Master of Business Administration, General Management, Plymouth State University: Plymouth, NH, December 2010
Doctor of Philosophy, Computer Engineering, University of Florida: Gainesville, FL, May 2008
Master of Engineering, Computer Engineering, University of Florida: Gainesville, FL, May 2003
Bachelor of Science, Computer Engineering, University of Florida: Gainesville, FL, May 2001