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...
Early Degree Audit for Students INTENDING TO GRADUATE in SUMMER 2016:
The, new, automated Early Degree Auditing system is open for students who are intending to graduate with a BA in CSCI in Summer 2016 (that's September 2016 to you and me). Check your @myhunter e-mail for information from the Registrar/Degree Audit department explaining. PLEASE NOTE NOVEMBER 15 is the Deadline, when the system will close again. Your are urged to take advantage of this now if you intend to graduate in Spetember 2016.
TEST OUTS for CSCI 12700, 13500 and 15000 Scheduled for 11/18 - Two Sittings!
Check out the academic calendar for more important dates to remember.
Tutoring for Fall 2015 - CSCI 2700, 13500, 15000, 16000, 23500.
Peer tutoring is available for introductory major courses throughout the week: CSCI 12700 (Intro to Computer Science); CSCI 13500 (Anaylsis & Design 1); CSCI 23500 (Analysis & Design 2); CSCI 15000 (Discrete Structures) and CSCI 16000 (Computer Architecture). No Appointment Necessary. Check out the revised (10/2015) tutoring schedule here.
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.