Computer Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes.
Computer Science at Hood
Our undergraduate and graduate programs provide students
with hands-on experience and a solid foundation in the
concepts and techniques essential for success in
computer science and information technology.
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Shawn Lupoli, who teaches the introductory graduate courses IT 510 Computing Hardware and Software Systems
and IT 512 Elements of Computer Programming
was presented with the 2013 Graduate Teaching Excellence Award for Adjunct faculty at the Graduate Student Recption.
Outstanding students in each graduate degree program were recognized at the 2012 Graduate School reception a few days before Commencement in May.
Computer Science students Stephanie Chouinard, Ryan Kane, Dorothy Kirlew, Nathan Goedeke, and Bobby Staples received prizes at the 2013 Awards Convocation in April.
Seniors Tom Delaney and Jason Scaroni added enhanced online capabilities to the Hood College Weather Station. The Web site for the station is weather.hood.edu
We have changed the numbers on several of the undergraduate CS courses. The changes will take effect with the spring semester, 2014, schedule. The courses themselves are not changed, only the numbers. The Courses page
has a complete list of the changes.
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