Computer Science Programs
The study of computer science (CS) spans the range from theory to practice to cutting-edge invention of computing solutions. CS makes graduates aware of new ideas and technologies and is a foundation that prepares graduates for many different computing careers while permiting them to adapt to new technologies. Computer scientists do varied work. They design and build software and create efficient solutions to real-world problems in fields such as robotics, computer-enhanced vision, and digital forensics [The Association for Computing Machinery]
The following jobs often require a degree in computer science.
- Software Engineer
- Database Developer
- Game Programmer
- Network Systems Analyst
- Software Tester
- Systems Analyst
- Web Developer
The Hull College offers the following computer science related programs.
Current students of Augusta State University who are enrolled in a major other than computer science, can attain a minor in computer science. The document below contain courses for which upon completion, a minor can be attained.
This degree is available to students upon partial completion of the CS core curriculum (Areas A to F). Students who wish to transfer to other institutions or switch to other programs can receive this degree. This degree requires approximately two years to complete.
The information technology certificates are geared towards non-traditional students as part of a continuing education process.