School of Arts & Sciences
Northwestern Oklahoma State University offers many opportunities through its Computer Science Program. Majors are available in Computer Science as well as Information Systems. There is also a Game Programming minor available and many students choose to major and minor in Computer Science. Courses offered include programming, database, networking, robotics, computer forensics, game development, operating systems, and website and app development.
The department recently opened the Bill & Billie Buckles Computer Science Robotics lab. This lab provides high-end computers, a 3D printer, as well as a robotics build lab with various equipment and resources. Students interested in Gamming, Game Development, and Game Programming also utilize this lab. NWOSU has an active student eSports team as well as a Game Programming team.
The field of Computer Science provides strong employment opportunities. NWOSU Computer Science students are very successful obtaining jobs in the field of Computer Science after graduation. While at NWOSU, internship opportunities are also available to students.
To learn more about how to become part of the Computer Science program at Northwestern feel free to come see us in Shockley Hall or email any of our dedicated faculty.
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Northwestern Oklahoma State University's Math and Computer Science Department is a member of Microsoft DreamSpark for Academic Institutions, which gives NWOSU faculty and students access to a large amount of software.
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Student Learning Outcomes
Student Learning Outcome 1:
Student will design and write computer programs that are correct, efficient, and well documented.
Student Learning Outcome 2:
Students will design solutions utilizing computer systems. This will include defining the problem clearly, specifying a design, as well as testing, and documenting the solution.
Student Learning Outcome 3:
Students will assess the hardware and software aspects of computer systems as well as the application of software development.
Student Learning Outcome 4:
Students will analyze and discuss the professional, legal, security, and social issues and responsibilities with computing systems.