Full Time Faculty

  • Christopher Ferguson - Email
  • Benjamin Riveira - Email

Adjunct Faculty


Computer science is an exciting program dealing with the problems in organizing, representing, manipulating and presenting information in an automatic processing environment.  Computerized information systems are being developed and used in almost every field.  The goal of the computer science program is to provide an understanding of the functions of the modern computer and operational skills in program development. There is an increasing demand for software engineers as anything that plugs into a wall outlet or runs on a battery has a microcontroller or microprocessor at its core and therefore an embedded program running.



Computer Science Courses

Course Syllabi and links (note: some courses are spring/fall only)

Comp Sci 111 ​ (Ferguson)
Comp Sci 111 ​ (Riveira)
Comp Sci 111Lab (Riveira)
Comp Sci 111  (Bible)
Comp Sci 111Lab​ (Bible)
Introduction to Algorithms and Programming: Java​
Comp Sci 122 ​Computer Architecture and Assembly Language
Comp Sci 132 (spring 2013) ​Introduction to Algorithms and Programming: Visual Basic
Comp Sci 182 ​Data Structures and Program Design
Comp Sci 222 (fall only) ​Computer Organization
Comp Sci 235 ​Introduction to C Programming and Embedded Systems
Comp Sci 236 (spring only) ​C++ Programming
Comp Sci 282 (fall only)​ ​Advanced Data Structures
Comp Sci 190 ​Web Programming: Javascript


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