The UNH Computer Science curriculum emphasizes the fundamentals. We focus on teaching skills and knowledge that leave our graduates feeling confident in an ever-changing field. Requiring our students to gain a solid foundation in science and mathematics fosters an environment that encourages strong problem-solving skills and abstract thinking. Students also leave our program with solid-footing in software engineering. Since the major tenets of our curriculum are not just about teaching our students to program, our graduates are able to go out into the professional world prepared for a wide-range of jobs and to pursue advanced degrees.
- Meet Andras Fekete - Founder and CEO of RAIDX and Innovator of the Week
- Lina Faller ’08 recently published a commentary about her undergraduate research experience and how it helped to define her career path. Faller is now a full-time researcher at the Forsyth Institute. Thinking Outside the Box: Using Computer Science Skills to Make Sense of the Biology of Life
- Cybersecurity Students Successfully Learn by Hacking at RIT’s Collegiate Pentesting Competition, a “Hackathon”, Sponsored by Logical Operations
- Students in CS415, the first semester computer science class at the University of New Hampshire, program a robot to perform a depth-first search of a maze. The robot was available through a collaboration with the A.I. research group and the work of graduate students in the Computer Science. Learn more.
The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) tests networking and data communications products. It is the only full-scale, non-profit test lab in the world that balances industry expertise with the real-world training of future engineers. More than 100 graduate and undergraduate student employees work with full-time UNH-IOL staff, gaining hands-on experience with developing technologies and products.