The technology field is growing rapidly, and businesses are looking for well-rounded computer scientists who are skilled in a full spectrum of emerging technologies and able to create innovative solutions to technical challenges.
Through our pragmatic and flexible approach to education, you'll learn essential skills in computer science and will also be able to focus your degree to an area of interest that allows you be immediately valuable in today's workforce; you'll take a more contemporary approach to the analysis, design, and implementation of critical software applications.
Upon completion of their academic requirements, graduates of Champlain College's undergraduate Computer Science & Innovation program will be prepared to launch their careers.
Learning outcomes for Computer Science majors:
- Systems Thinking. Analyze, design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs.
- Problem-Solving. Identify problems and formulate solutions for systems and organizations while reconciling conflicting objectives and finding compromises.
- Communication. Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
- Teamwork. Work effectively as part of a team to develop and deliver quality software artifacts.
- Context Awareness. Design solutions using approaches that integrate ethical, social, legal, and economic responsibilities.
- Cultural and Global Awareness. Recognize the applicability of computing and evaluate its impact on individuals, organizations, and global society.
- Professional Practice. Evaluate and use appropriate methods and professional standards in computing practice.
- Professional Development. Explore historical, current, and emerging techniques and technologies, founded on a commitment to lifelong learning and professional development.
- Technical Expertise. Apply knowledge of computing and mathematics within technical domains.
- Pragmatic Approach. Apply computing theory and programming principles to practical software design and development.