About the Distributed Systems Computer Science Graduate Program
The computer science program provides students with a curriculum in the key domains of computer science at undergraduate and graduate levels. These programs provide students with computer science knowledge and skills while preparing them for careers in computer technology and for advanced study in graduate courses. Whether joining the workforce or continuing on to graduate studies, the TROY computer science program can help you realize your full potential.
You have options with TROY to learn in a classroom, online or in a blended program. Students in this program have the opportunity to work on individual and team projects that include game design, cell phone apps, web applications, visualizations and more. Students in the computer science undergraduate and graduate programs benefit from small classes and an active Computer Science Club, a student organization that hosts weekly seminars, study sessions and many other activities.
TROY’s undergraduate curriculum is centered in the latest technological advances taught by a caring and highly qualified faculty. Students work on individual and team projects, focusing on game design, cell phone apps, web applications, visualization, Teensy Board Programming and database accessing applications to name a few.
Students also have the option of mixing traditional classroom courses with online courses through TROY’s eTROY programs such as:
- Cyber security
- Advanced programming
- Careers in computer technology