Welcome to the Computer Science Department
Technology, Information, Theory & Systems
The Department of Computer Science is located at Hunter's 68th street campus on the upper east side of Manhattan. Providing students with outstanding preparation both for employment as computer professionals and for future graduate study, the department expects students to construct creative solutions to challenging problems in a variety of contexts. The small but diverse faculty works closely with students in an open and collegial atmosphere. Our curriculum focuses on hands-on programming skills as well as the mathematics of computer science— the theoretical foundations that support current technology and will guide its future development. Learn More...
Three New Faculty Members Join Hunter's Full-Time CSCI Faculty as Assistant Professors!
The Computer Science Department welcomes Professors Jia Xu, Saptarshi Debroy and Raffi Khatchadorian to our staff and wishes them both great happiness and great success at Hunter College. Read more about them.
TUTORING LIVE!: SPRING 2017 (CSCI 12700; 13500/13600; 15000; 16000; 23500)
ON LINE TUTORING (courtesy of CSCI Professor Stewart Weiss)
You will find tutorials on subjects as diverse as using GCC, accessing command-line arguments in C/C++, creating software libraries, and using SSH: Check them out.
On this page there are lecture notes, readings, and lab exercises, with many more tutorials, that I gave to my CSci 136 class in 2012 when I last taught it. They cover Unix basics as well as C++ basics.
New e-Mail Help Line for Problems Encountered with the LINUX Lab (1000-G)
Students are advised when encountering problems with the CSCI Department's LINU Lab, a new e-mail account has been established: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Send all enquiries from your @myhunter account/sign in using your full name as it appears on CUNYfirst;
- Include your COMPSCI user name;
- Include the exact command you're using;
- Include the exact error message you're getting;
- Include the name of the ecomputer in the LINUX lab you're trying to log onto or the IP address of the remote computer you're trying to log in from.
COMPUTER SCIENCE LABS AND POLICIES:
Learn about its rules, policies and regulations (and prevent your account from being inadvertently annulled) and download schedules for the "G"-Lab" and Bletchley Park (Room 1000) to find room availability for the Spring 2015 semester.
Learning Goals for Computer Science Students:
Front page photo collage courtesy of Dr. Saad Mneimneh.