Computer Science Program

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Are you looking for a computer science program that will help you stand out to employers?

The University of Findlay’s Computer Science Program has been recognized by the State of Ohio as a unique and student-focused Program of Innovation.

Our program gives students a solid background in computer knowledge, combined with any of five areas of emphasis. Each area provides an excellent foundation for a career or to prepare students for graduate studies.

Students can choose five emphasis areas:
-Business
-Computer Systems
-Information Assurance
-Mathematics
-Web and Database

Our students have more than 90% job placement with national and international companies at graduation!

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MORE THAN 90%
JOB PLACEMENT
Graduates have a more than 90% job placement rate. Our students are being placed with national and international companies like The Right Thing, Marathon Petroleum and GE Lighting.
PROGRAM OF
INNOVATION
Recognized by the State of Ohio as a Program of Innovation with five unique emphasis areas: business, Web and database, mathematics, computer systems and information assurance.
RESEARCH
OPPORTUNITIES
Undergraduate research opportunities with experienced faculty are available for students.
SOFTWARE
ENGINEERING

OPPORTUNITIES
Students take a software engineering course in their senior year that provides extensive hands-on experience.
NATIONALLY
CERTIFIED

CURRICULUM
Our information assurance curriculum is certified by the Committee on National Security Systems and The National Security Agency. It is considered an elite program nationwide, meeting the National Training Standard for Information Systems Security Professionals.
MORE THAN 90%
INTERNSHIP PLACEMENT
More than 90% of our students land an internship with IT professionals in large and small businesses – 77% lead directly to employment at graduation.
ABUNDANT
SCHOLARSHIPS
Qualified computer science students have the opportunity to apply for the Choose Ohio First scholarship in addition to other institutional scholarships.