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computer science

[kəm′pyüd·ər ′sī·əns]
(computer science)
The study of computers and computing, including computer hardware, software, programming, networking, database systems, information technology, interactive systems, and security.

computer science

The field of computer hardware and software. It includes systems analysis & design, application and system software design, programming and datacenter operations. For young students, the emphasis is typically on learning a programming language or running a computer with little attention to the study of information and its uses. In order to better deal with business information requirements, students must also be introduced to data administration and database concepts. See information management, information system and IT.
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in Computer Information Systems program will be able to translate their online learning experience to the workplace and improve their ability to work across organizational, disciplinary and geographic boundaries.
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At Moscow S & A University, the Computer Information Systems Program has been reconfigured and the students were reported to be taught to develop their own software so that they would be able to compete in the world market.
Rahman is a graduate of Atlanta Technical College and is pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration majoring in computer information systems.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration from Jamestown College and completed a Computer Information Systems major at the University of Mary.
Wolf holds an MBA from Rutgers University and BS in Marketing & Computer Information Systems from Manhattan College.
where he earned a bachelor of science in Business Administration in Computer Information Systems.
Shapiro's Certifications include: Computer Information Systems, Pasadena City College (2001); Equal Opportunity Awareness, College of the Air Force (1997); Quality Awareness, College of the Air Force (1996); Personnel Specialist, College of the Air Force (1996).
Bret holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Excelsior College.
Langkee holds an MS degree Computer Information Systems from Southern New Hampshire University and has almost 20 years of experience with technology companies including Samsung Electronics, Compaq, and Intel.
Stevens is a graduate of the University of Dayton where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems Management.
Reeder has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems and Decision Support Systems from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.

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