Computer science provides you with a sound theoretical background and the opportunities for individual and collaborative exploration of real-world computing problems.
Computing jobs will grow 22% according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, faster than any other occupation.
With a median base salary of $70,000, the Washington Post ranks computer scientists as the highest earners out of college.
As software engineers, programmer analysts, and web developers with a wide range of organizations including Lockheed Martin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Federal Express.
All of our computer science classes are taught in modern laboratories in which you’ll have access to your own computer for hands-on work in every class session.
The program gives students the opportunity for hands-on experience while they explore and apply the theoretical underpinnings of the discipline.
In-depth examination of a current topic in artificial intelligence, such as evolutionary computation, artificial neural networks, planning, and gaming.
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Cybersecurity is a fast-growing field of IT concerned with reducing organizations' risk of hack or data breach (Wikipedia, 2019).
In-depth examination of a current topic in web development and cloud computing, such as web security, user experience, mobile app development, and web engineering.
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There is always something interesting happening at Florida Southern.
Each year, our majors gain invaluable experience and professional connections by interning with the nation’s leading organizations.
Because almost every field is becoming more dependent on information and technology, computer science is one of the fastest growing career areas.
Our graduates have entered graduate programs in computer science, information assurance, and business.
The Florida Southern College Computer Science Club is a community of students who all have a passion for technology and computing. Participating in the Association for Computational Machinery’s International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC), A global competition sponsored by IBM, that challenges the performance of today’s computer science and engineering students.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science