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...
SUMMER GOINGS-ON IN HUNTER'S COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
CSCI DEPARTMENT OFFICE CALENDARS FOR THE SUMMER:
Find out when the Department Office will be open BEFORE coming in.
SUMMER ACADEMIC ADVISING
Walk-in academic advising is scheduled to take place on the following dates at the times indicated on the tenth floor of Hunter's North Building -- exact room to be announced. Stay tuned for the addition of more dates.
Wednesday, August 13 - 4:00p - 8:00p Room 1000-E HN - Eric Schweitzer
Thursday, August 21 - 1:00p - 6:00p Room 1000-E HN - Eric Schweitzer
Friday, August 22 - 1:00p - 6:00p Room 1000-E HN - Eric Schweitzer
August 25 (Monday) Tentative
August 26 (Tuesday) Tentative
August 27 (Wednesday) Tentative
TEST-OUTS: Tuesday August 12 at 10:00a (Session 1) and 5:30p (Session 2)
The Department of Computer Science offers exceptionally well-prepared students the opportunity to receive credit by examination for CSCI 127 (Introduction to Computer Science); CSCI 135 (Analysis & Design 1/C++ Programming) and CSCI 150 (Discrete Structures).
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-J) to find room availability for the Fall '13 semester.
Learning Goals for Computer Science Students:
Front page photo collage courtesy of Dr. Saad Mneimneh.