Computer Science at Sonoma State
The Computer Science Department at Sonoma State University provides a cutting-edge curriculum with an emphasis on hands-on experience. Our small classes, teaching-focused faculty, strong student clubs and community come together to make learning a fun, interesting, and valuable experience.
What is Computer Science?
Computer Science is the scientific study of computing devices, the software that drives them, and the computational tasks they are capable of performing. Its applications span the range of human endeavors: the physical, life, and social sciences; the literary, visual, and performing arts; law; government; recreation; and virtually every sector of the commercial world. Study Computer Science and contribute to the future of technology applied across the disciplines! Visit the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Computing Careers website for information and resources on the computing field.
Careers for CS Majors
Computer scientists are in great demand. CS graduates pursue careers in computing including Software Engineer, Network Analyst, Systems Engineer, Database Administrator and Web Developer positions. Others go on to careers in business, law, politics, and related fields in science or engineering. Many CS graduates pursue advanced degrees in Computer Science and other fields.
Todd Ziesing, the CEO of Terrace Software, Inc. will give a presentation and discuss his software engineering positions in Darwin 101 on Tuesday, 4/8 at 1:00 PM.
Dr. Suzanne Rivoire will be on a sabbatical leave of absence this Fall. She will spend time at Oak Ridge National Lab continuing her research with their scientists.
Here is the layout of our Fall 2014 schedule. Notice that we are offering CS 415, which up to this point has been a Spring course. In addition, we are offering CS 385, an elective that will cover Mobile Application Development (iOS and Android) and Web Application Development (using Meteor).
Follow the CS News link for more on the latest.
Interested in finding out more about the CS major or minor? Follow the Advising link for forms and information about advising.