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Why Study Computer Science at PLU? There are many reasons why studying Computer Science at PLU is a great choice. The CS department has small class sizes, dedicated and caring faculty, great facilities, and an excellent curriculum. Our curriculum prepares students to work in the high technology industry as professional software […]

Why Study Computer Science at PLU?

There are many reasons why studying Computer Science at PLU is a great choice. The CS department has small class sizes, dedicated and caring faculty, great facilities, and an excellent curriculum.

Our curriculum prepares students to work in the high technology industry as professional software developers, to continue their studies in graduate school, or to apply their computational skills to another field.  With a degree in computer science you might end up writing code for software simulations of proteins, creating the next big video game, or developing a social application that connects people in new ways.  The possibilities seem limitless.

Software is a fundamental part of modern life.  Most of what we do runs on software, and the world needs quality people to create that software.  At PLU, we strive to educate our students to be responsible citizens, critical thinkers, effective communicators, and to value life-long learning.  Employers value our students for their technical ability, broad education and excellent communication skills.

To learn more about our programs and degrees, follow the links on the left, or feel free to contact us and schedule an appointment to visit the campus.

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