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Learn the principles and technologies of computers and networks to develop the versatility needed to adapt. Specialize in specific areas of study including software engineering, networking and operating systems, information technology, programming languages and artificial intelligence. Emerge prepared for a career.
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"I take care of everything from programing actual boards within the drone, to managing how the different boards communicate with one another," says Joe A., a software engineer at FreeFly Systems. "I would say the thing I like the most about computer science is getting problems and solving them."
Rowan’s program prepares you to work full-time. I felt confident going into my internship because I learned different operating systems and programming skills right off the bat.
Monica M. Atlantic County, NJ
I took one computer science class and fell in love with it. It was with Dr. Cordova. He’s going to help me find an internship this summer.
Nicolas L. Houston, TX
I like programming. In middle school I wrote scripts for RuneScape, made games and functional applications. This fascinating major carries great prospects for a career.
Brian C. Mercer County, NJ
The Cybersecurity Club has novice and expert students, so the knowledge trickles down. We're all here to gain experience and learn from one another.
John S. Burlington County, NJ
The professors are always very supportive. They talk to you with real-world terms. I feel like Rowan has prepared me very well for the computer science field.
Allison B Burlington County, NJ
Not only am I Hispanic but the fact that I’m one of only a few girls in the major … I want to show people that it doesn’t matter what gender you are, you can follow your dreams.
Monica T. Hudson County, NJ
Meet Marko P. a Computer Science major and basketball student-athlete from Belgrade, Serbia who transferred to Rowan from Maryville University in Missouri. Marko talks his experience that led him to Rowan and shares advice for future international students.