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If you have an interest in problem solving through computing technology and want to develop effective software-based systems, Gannon University's dual computer science and software engineering program can give you the tools you need. This interdisciplinary program will prepare you to integrate and apply the principles of computer science, engineering and analysis to the design, creation, testing and evaluation of software systems to drive technological innovation. Leverage your success when you earn degrees in computer science and software engineering and secure your career in one of the fastest-growing fields available.
Gain real-world knowledge through key computer science and software engineering courses including:
Mobile Application Development I: Learn methods and tools for developing mobile applications for integrated devices such as iOS, Android and other mobile platforms.
Software Maintenance and Deployment: Apply a rigorous process in a project to deploy a refactored software product with improved features and quality.
Comparative Languages: Learn function-based languages such as ML, LISP and Scheme; logic-based languages such as Prolog, Parlog, Strand and OPS; and object-oriented languages such as Smalltalk and Eiffel.
Our dual computer science and software engineering program is designed for your success. Through curriculum flexibility and high-quality educational opportunities, you can:
“Throughout your education at Gannon, you will have opportunities to participate in actual, real-life field work, internships and research projects. The work you’ll do with amazing faculty will send you into the workforce ready to take on serious but fascinating challenges.”
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Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
Stephen FrezzaProfessorDirector, SEID ProgramsChairperson
Mark BlairAssistant Professor
Joshua NwokejiAssociate Professor
Lisa BannerAdjunct Lecturer
Michael BeiterAdjunct Lecturer
Earl BriegerAdjunct Lecturer
Brian CamodecaAdjunct Lecturer
John CoffmanAdjunct Lecturer
Brian CollingwoodAdjunct Lecturer
Joseph KwashnakAdjunct Lecturer
Richard LambAdjunct Lecturer
Emmett LombardAdjunct Lecturer
David MarinoAdjunct Lecturer
Brian McIntyreAdjunct Lecturer
Adam NogajAdjunct Lecturer