Do you dream in code? Do you have an idea for the next big app or startup? If so, CUAA’s Computer Science program is the perfect fit just for you. Concordia University Ann Arbor's Computer Science program provides a strong liberal arts base to build creativity and communication skills in our graduates, and innovative computer science courses to enhance technical knowledge and practical skills.
What’s Unique about Computer Science at CUAA?
- Our students form a passionate community of learners who develop into life-long friends
- Our professors teach from their years of real-world experience
- Our curriculum is based on professional standards
- Our facilities provide access to leading-edge technology and software
- Our internship program is guaranteed for all students
- Our certification program includes programs by Oracle, Apple, and many more
- Our Christian worldview shines through all that we do
What You’ll Learn in the Computer Science Program
In our program you will:
- Use advanced computer tools and techniques to solve real-world problems
- Study computer control structures and how they’re derived and applied
- Transform algorithms into modern, high-level languages such as C# and Java
- Learn the basics of computer programming and create visually stunning video games
- Complete programming assignments in assembly language
- Construct computer circuits from component chips
- Complete a systems-level programming project
- Professional software developer
- Web developer
- Game developer
- Application developer
- Software engineer
- Network developer
- Database administrator
Every Computer Science major must select a minor from outside of the department. Some recommendations include:
- General Business
- Business Communication
- Christian Thought
CUAA offers you the chance to further hone your computer science skills through our Master of Science in Information Technology.
High School Prep Courses
Transfer credit can be determined by consulting with a computer science faculty member. A course catalog description and a student course syllabus from the other institution are necessary to determine if a course will transfer into the CUAA IT major.