Computer Science

Computer Science is one of the emphases options available to CIS majors. The curriculum covers the foundations and theoretical framework of the computing sciences, and it is intended for those who plan to continue their studies at the graduate level. A combination of CIS and math courses in this emphasis cover topics including artificial intelligence, data mining, number theory, graph theory, discrete mathematical structures, and more, preparing students to take on graduate study.

Additional information about the program and about the broad array of opportunities for internships, research, and careers is available in the Visual Guide for Computer Science Emphasis (link to PDF) and on the CIS major page.

Computer Science Faculty

Amanda Holland-Minkley, Ph.D. portrait

Computing and Information Studies Department Chair

Amanda M. Holland-Minkley, Ph.D.

Amanda M. Holland-Minkley, Ph.D. is a professor of Computing and Information Studies at Washington & Jefferson College.


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