Contact Info

          Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
          Ross Hall, Room 109
          220 Scotland Road
          Edinboro, PA 16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2760

          Dr. Anne Quinn
          Department Chair
          Office: Ross Hall, Room 109
          Phone: (814) 732-2760
          Email: quinna@edinboro.edu

          Program Objectives (Computer Science)



          To help students achieve success, EU’s Math and Computer Science Department strives to meet specific program objectives.

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          Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

          • Graduates will be able to apply the tools, theory and practices of computer science.
            • CS students in all tracks apply programming skills to meet specifications.
            • CS students in the Web Development and Implementation track develop web applications to meet specifications.
            • CS students in the Networking and System Administration track administer network systems.
            • CS students in the Game and Virtual World Development track produce game systems.
            • CS students in the Theoretical track demonstrates a theoretical understanding of computing systems.
          • Graduates will be able to apply critical thinking, analytical and logical skills to solve problems.
            • CS students employ critical thinking and mathematical skills.
            • CS students analyze and synthesize problem information in order to develop a solution.
          • Graduates will possess the ability to communicate in a professional manner.
            • CS students produce readable and understandable documents.
            • CS students design, compose, and effectively deliver professional presentations.
          • Graduates will recognize and understand the professional, social and ethical responsibilities associated with computer science.
            • CS students understand professional issues and responsibilities.
            • CS students understand legal/security issues and responsibilities.
            • CS students understand ethical/social issues and responsibilities.
            • CS students understand the value of CS professionals participating in, and promoting, community service.
          • Graduates will recognize the need and an ability to engage in continuous learning.
            • CS students recognize the value of continuous learning.
            • CS students research and gather information pertaining to a particular topic.
            • CS students analyze and evaluate information pertaining to a particular topic.