Earn a bachelor of science degree in computer science with an applied option in software engineering or web and mobile software development.
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Today, computer science is for everyone, thanks to people like instructor Jill Hubbard. Jill’s passion for sharing the power of computing extends beyond the school year and into the summer. That’s when she and her Computer Science for Oregon partners put their $1 million National Science Foundation grant to use, helping K-12 teachers from around Oregon find creative ways to explore computing with their own students.
OSU-Cascades offers a bachelor of science in computer science with an applied option in software engineering or web and mobile software development. Some of the most exciting and promising areas of computer science lie in the ability to extract insight out of extremely large sets of data and deliver those insights to businesses and consumers in real time over web and mobile applications.
You will develop the multi-disciplinary skill set required to solve these and many other problems as you take courses in algorithm development, machine learning and data analysis, database design, web and mobile application development, UX design, and entrepreneurship. This program will provide you with a solid foundation in computer science and prepare you to join one of the fastest moving and exciting areas of technology.
The program also offers a minor in computer science.
Thought summer life for college students is all about sunbathing, barbeques, and binge-watching Netflix? Not so much. Just ask senior Hanna Bennett, who spent three months on a software engineering team with tech company CBT Nuggets.
Analysis of Algorithms
Mobile Software Development
Computer Architecture & Assembly Language
Cloud Application Development
Programming Language Fundamentals
Social and Ethical Issues in CS