Computer and Information Sciences Department

The Computer and Information Sciences Department prepares you to solve problems by providing a balance of technology with liberal arts.  Whatever your interest in the computing field, Hartwick’s dedicated computer science faculty will help you to achieve things you never knew you were capable of.  Study with us and become an innovator and inventor for the 21st century!

“I think everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer 
because it teaches you how to think.”


- Steve Jobs,

The Lost Interview 


Exciting Student Outcomes

Hartwick computer science students complete internships, research, and hands-on projects and are well prepared for employment or graduate school.

Graduate school
M.S. in Computer Science
Seidenberg School of Computer Science
Pace University
Oneill McLean ‘16

Albany Law School
SUNY Albany
Elizabeth Davenport ‘16

Employment
LIMS Analyst Programmer
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
Charles Stone ‘16

Tech Support Analyst
Bassett Healthcare
Ryan O’Malley ‘15

Security Analyst
NYCM Insurance Company
Patrick Claudy ‘15

Mail Production Engineer
Yahoo
Jack Miller ‘15


Computer Science Requirements

Ready to check out the major or the minor? Here’s what it takes:

Computer Science Major and Minors


Computer and Information Science Courses

The department offers a wide array of courses that prepare students for the challenges they will face in the future.  Of course a computer science degree requires programming courses, but we have so much more to offer.

Check out our current course offerings!


Computer Science Faculty

Meet our Computer Science Faculty


Still Have Questions?

Contact the Computer and Information Sciences Department

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