Computer Science at Rowan
The Computer Science department is committed to creating a student-centered learning environment that promotes close student-faculty relationships and enhances intellectual development.
The Computer Science Department also continues to grow its curricular offerings in many cutting-edge computing disciplines including mobile development, cyber security, big data, cloud computing, parallel processing, bioinformatics, virtual reality, computer game design, and others. To this end, in Fall 2016, the department welcomed two new tenure track faculty with expertise in Data Analytics and Machine Learning. Currently, the department is looking to hire additional faculty with expertise in Cyber-Security. We have also initiated several Certificates of Undergraduate Studies programs to enable students from outside our majors to achieve official Rowan credentials in several different computer science domains.
The Computer Science Department also supports a number of very important student-centric initiatives including student mentoring, learning assistants, summer internships, and long-term co-op programs. We continue to expand our curricular and research collaboration efforts with industrial partners that include Lockheed Martin, ASRC Federal Mission Solution, the Federal Aviation Administration, JP Morgan Chase, Bristol Myers Squibb, Perka, and others.
A vast majority of our students have job prospects lined up even before graduation. Many of our students end up working for industry leaders and top government organization such as Amazon.com, Symantec, Lockheed Martin, ASRC Federal Mission Solution, Federal Aviation Administration, US Navy, FBI, Perka, Comcast, SAP, and many others.
Check out our News and Events page for more of what's going on in our department! Here are some highlights:
We have over 30 students presenting at the STEM Symposium on this Friday, April 21st. Please stop by and see the fruits of their labor. The schedule for the event can be found here.
The Rowan ACM-W student club (Association for Computing Machinery’s special interest group on Women in CS) has just won an award from Google for $3,851 to buy robots and other equipment for outreach projects! Congratulations, keep up the good work!
The Rowan UPE Chapter was awarded $250 recently on March 31st, 2017 for their “2017 UPE Chapter Activities Reports” being one of the outstanding reports at the UPE National Convention (in cyberspace). We highly commend these students for all their hard work!
Rowan University's degree program in Computer Science has been accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET,, the recognized accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.
ABET accreditation demonstrates a program's commitment to providing its students with a quality education.
Our faculty are committed to contributing to the expansion of knowledge in the Computer Science discipline through teaching, research, and service.
Learn about our honor society chapter Upsilon Pi Epsilon and our computing society chapters ACM and ACMw, and other information about our students.