Computer Science is a broad field with many exciting opportunities that go beyond merely writing software. The Computer Science degree is unique at Taylor in that you can not only learn core computer science concepts but may also choose an elective topic grouping.
▷ The B.A. degree is designed to provide a solid background in the field for those wishing to immediately enter a career in computer science or related fields.
▷ The B.S. degree is designed primarily for students wishing to pursue graduate study in computer science and adds the Systems analysis component
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Computer Science — Digital Media
Computer Science — Digital Media is the ultimate hybrid of logic, design, and communication. This is the major for you if you find yourself drawn to analytics but also have a creative side. You will learn the core concepts of computer science and be able to further develop your creativity and communication skills.
▷ The B.A. degree prepares students in the development and support of computing tools in the creative arts.
▷ The B.S. degree adds the Systems analysis component.
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Computer Engineering prepares students for employment and/or graduate programs involving robotics, biomedical implants, telecommunications, data acquisition systems, and other complex hardware-software systems. Computer Engineering at Taylor University is an ABET-accredited program.
▷ This is an interdisciplinary major offered jointly by the Computer Science & Engineering and Physics departments as a B.S. degree.
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Systems Engineering is an interdisciplinary approach offered jointly by the Computer Science & Engineering and Physics. The Systems Engineering degree provides students with a greater understanding of Information Systems.
▷ We offer this program as a B.S. degree.
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Computer Science Minor
When it comes to nabbing a job, just knowing Microsoft Office won’t cut it anymore. In today’s job market a basic understanding of programming will take you a long way.
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