It turns out, one way to generate interest in computer coding – according to computer science professor and department chair Bill Manaris – is through music, like his Computers, Art and Music course.
Eight members of the College of Charleston Cybersecurity Club will be competing in the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition April 23-24.
More than 300 students at the College of Charleston are graduating in December 2020, an achievement made through hard work, perseverance and dedication.
Computing in the arts major Paul Dierksheide beat over 300 other teams in the Adobe x Airbnb Creative Jam competition by creating a novel app for travelers.
After building an interactive music display for the Music Library of Greece, computing in the arts graduate Pangur Brougham-Cook feels confident about moving on to a career in the tech industry.
When Paul Baier graduates with a M.S. in computer science this May, he'll be ready to face a whole new world of opportunity.
Computer science students recently took first place among teams competing locally and second place among teams competing regionally in the International Collegiate Programming Contest Southeast Region.
José Chiraboga '19 has found a novel way to employ marginalized women in his home country of Ecuador through his clothing company REMU Apparel.
A partnership between tech company Capgemini and the College of Charleston has yielded great results for the university's computer science students.
After graduation, Emily Coleman '18 turned two summer internships at Boeing into a full-time position with the aerospace company.