Computer Science

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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. 

  • YouScheduler takes top prize at 30th annual Holloway competition
    We hope YouScheduler team members Kristian Comer ’20 and Francesco Mikulis-Borsoi ’20 have scheduled some time to celebrate now that they have won the 30th annual Paul J. Holloway Prize Innovation to Market Competition and a $10,000 top prize. The sophomore duo developed a class scheduling solution...
    YouScheduler takes top prize at 30th annual Holloway competition
    We hope YouScheduler team members Kristian Comer ’20 and Francesco Mikulis-Borsoi ’20 have scheduled some time to celebrate now that they have won the 30th annual Paul J. Holloway Prize Innovation to Market Competition and a $10,000 top prize. The sophomore duo developed a class scheduling solution...
  • After a slow start on day one of the competition, the Wildcats surged into the top half of teams before the event’s closure thanks to a solid defensive effort.
    After a slow start on day one of the competition, the Wildcats surged into the top half of teams before the event’s closure thanks to a solid defensive effort.
  • Thinking Outside the Box: Using Computer Science Skills to Make Sense of the Biology of Life
    After finishing my freshman year in the University of New Hampshire's (UNH) computer science program in May 2005, I felt on the fence about where to take my career. My introductory computer science classes had been challenging, rewarding, and fun. But at the same time, I couldn't quite imagine...
    Thinking Outside the Box: Using Computer Science Skills to Make Sense of the Biology of Life
    After finishing my freshman year in the University of New Hampshire's (UNH) computer science program in May 2005, I felt on the fence about where to take my career. My introductory computer science classes had been challenging, rewarding, and fun. But at the same time, I couldn't quite imagine...

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