The Department of Computer Science at Grove City College offers students the opportunity to perform independent or collaborative research projects guided by an experienced faculty member. Recent student projects have considered advanced computer game design, interactive graphics, and mobile data communication systems. Collaborative research projects with faculty have included work in computer graphics and visualization and software-defined radio.
Our graduates are employed in a wide variety of fields ranging from technology and heavy industry to consulting and small business.
The Bachelor of Science degree in computer information systems is an interdisciplinary program that prepares student to facilitate the development of computer utilization, databases and information systems to satisfy the requirements and needs of organizational management.
The major is designed to provide both a theoretical foundation and in-depth exploration of computer science topics, as well as intensive training in programming.
Many of our students intern with technology companies and businesses across the country. Recently, students have interned at PPG, B3 Solutions, BAE Systems and TrueFit Solutions.
The minor provides students with an understanding of hardware and software concepts, structured program design, programming using C++, data structures and algorithms and computation theory.
Take an in-depth look at recent Grove City College student and faculty scholarly work in the Hopeman School of Science, Engineering and Mathematics.