The B.S. in Computer Science at DePaul CDM provides training in the foundations of computing, data storage and information processing. With this foundation, graduates of the program can easily adapt to and create new information technologies, new computing paradigms, and new ideas for applying computer systems. Students in the program will develop a broad set of skills and expertise:
- Programming and software development skills, the technical tools of the IT trade
- An understanding of modern computer systems, and how to use them to develop computer applications
- Skills in application areas such as security and cryptography, robotics and computer vision, data mining and databases, distributed and mobile systems, intelligent systems and gaming, computational biology, etc.
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