• Brush Up On Important Computer Science Terms and Concepts with this Great App

    Majoring in computer science is a great way to expand your career opportunities. Computer scientists develop new algorithms and create new technology or improve upon existing technology. Studying regularly is the key to your success at school. Now, there’s an easier way to test your memory of your coursework without resorting to making your own flashcards.

    Computer Terms App

    Download the Computer Science Terms Quiz app from Digital Applications to help you prepare for exams and ace your coursework. This handy app offers a dictionary for reference, and more than 450 multiple choice quizzes and flashcards.

    Get started on your path to a new career in computer science today. Learn more about the admissions process for Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering by calling (206) 452-2262.

  • Reasons to Choose Seattle University’s College of Science and Engineering

    When you graduate and begin to build your career as a computer science or engineering professional, you’ll work with a team to develop new technology and solve problems. At Seattle University’s College of Science and Engineering, our students already have a jumpstart in this area because we encourage a team approach to learning. Not only will you learn how to work with others in your department on various projects, you’ll have the opportunity to work with students from other disciplines for a fully integrated approach to coursework.

    Department of Science and Engineering

    At Seattle University, we offer you a wealth of undergraduate and graduate degree options. For example, you might choose to major in civil and environmental engineering or you might prefer an interdisciplinary science degree. Whichever path you choose, you’ll graduate with confidence and you’ll be thoroughly prepared to achieve your goals.

    Learn more about the computer science department and other flexible program options available at Seattle University’s Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering. We invite you to call with your questions at (206) 452-2262 or visit us on the Web.