Computer Science is the study of information processes, or algorithms. Computation and information processes have become ubiquitous and essential to fields as diverse as biology, economics, physics, game design, management science, geology, and animation. Computer scientists design algorithms to solve problems, mathematically analyze them to assess their correctness and efficiency, and implement them as computer programs. Computer science is not about writing code; it is much more interesting! In fact, coding is often the easiest part of a project; discovering first how to solve the problem is much harder! At Denison, we emphasize the enduring core ideas of computer science and their applications to areas like networking, artificial intelligence, cryptology, computer architecture, software engineering, and robotics. With your knowledge deeply rooted in this core, you will be able to apply your education to whatever new technology you face (or create).
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