The Computer Science degree program at Eastern Connecticut State University provides students the foundations and skills for future work and careers in computing. Additionally the curriculum prepares students to continue acquiring new knowledge and skills, to further their study, and to advance in a fast changing world. We accomplish these goals by placing our computer science program in the context of the liberal arts core curriculum.
Upon graduation, students will:
- Possess practical and theoretical knowledge of computer science sufficient to work professionally and contribute to the regional and global economic development.
- Be able to apply computational techniques to design and implement solutions to real-world problems.
- Be prepared for advanced education in computer science and continued professional development.
- Possess the skills and the intellectual abilities that will enable them to adapt in the ever-changing field of computer science.
Program Learning Outcomes:
- Acquire the fundamental computing knowledge and skills recommended by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the IEEE Computer Society for undergraduate computer science programs.
- Apply fundamental principles and methods of computer science to a wide range of applications.
- Design, analyze, implement and compare solutions to computing problems.
- Recognize and respect the professional standards of ethics expected of computer professionals and appreciate the social impact of computing.
Sarah Tasneem, Ph.D.
Science Building Room 253
Cheryl Le Beau
Science Building Room 168