Computer Science

In a December 2013 speech President Obama stated, "Learning the new Computer Science skills is just not important for your future, but is important for our country's future. Don't just buy a new video game, make one. Don't just download a new app, design one. Don't just play on your phone, program it."

In the Computer Science Department at Webster University, our objective is not just to provide students with a solid background in the different areas of information technology, but also to encourage and help develop students' creativity and originality. Classes combine theory and practice with practical work constituting up to 50% of the class time. Individual and teamwork projects are another essential feature of our pedagogy and classes are small to enable you to receive individual help from professors. Many of our teachers are also IT professionals and will provide you with insight of the latest technologies.

Computer skills are in high demand across a broad range of sectors and a good grounding in this exciting field will open up diverse opportunities and help you in whichever career you pursue.

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BS Computer Science
BS Information Systems
BS Information Management
BS Mobile Computing

Minor in Computer Applications
Minor in Computer Science
Minor in Website Design
Minor in Website Development

Certificate in Website Design
Certificate in Website Development