Why Study Computer Science?
Computer scientists apply computational tools to better understand everything from stars in the sky to the composition of music. Merrimack’s Computer Science major focuses on theory, algorithms and implementation of computing concepts. You’ll learn about software development and hardware design and explore networks, graphics, programming language and artificial intelligence.
Our curriculum is based on the recommendations of leading Computer Science professionals. We provide strong coverage of current technology, together with a solid liberal arts foundation, to teach you how to communicate within an organization.
Why Computer Science at Merrimack?
- Five different concentrations (Computational Mathematics, Cryptography and Security, Information Technology Management, Mobile and Web Development, and Software Engineering) let you choose which areas interest you the most.
- Internships and co-ops mean most of our majors have work experience by the time they graduate.
- First-year iTEC program offers supportive environment and living/learning community for computer scientists and engineers.