How can the complex inner workings of computers be understood? As artificial intelligence technology continues to advance, how should new interfaces be introduced and incorporated into our lives?
As a computer science major at The Catholic University of America, you will gain the insights necessary to stay on the cutting edge of the ever-quickening evolution of the modern computer. You will gain advanced proficiency as you progress from exploring fundamentals of hardware and software, to learning programming languages and elements of robotics. You'll work in state-of-the-art facilities and gain access to many areas of research, such as human interactive interface design, or computer vision and object recognition.
Computer science majors at Catholic University receive training in traditional methods of complex problem solving, and have the opportunity to participate in experimental research with faculty members renowned in their field. As a Catholic University computer science major, you'll develop the skills to be a part of one of the fastest-growing professional communities in the world.
Why a computer science degree from Catholic University
Catholic University's computer science program prepares students for direct entry into a career in computer science. Many graduates find positions in information technology as systems analysts or software developers. Others go on to careers in research at industrial agencies or government firms, or pursue graduate degrees. At The Catholic University of America, computer science majors are prepared to contribute to an ever-changing society, armed with technical skills, advanced critical thinking, and dedication to life-long learning.