Why CS at Walla Walla University?
Choices There are eight ways to graduate with a significant CS component.
- BSE (concentration in Computer Engineering).
- BS Major in Computer Science with three options: Hardware systems, Standard, and Software systems; BA Computer Science; AS Computer Programming;
- Minor in Computer Science
- BBA (concentration in CIS); CIS Minor
- BS - CIS
- PLUS you can prepare for careers and or graduate school in Computational Science, Games Programming, Network & Systems Administration, Software Engineering, WebMaster.
- The 99th Percentile: For the third year in a row, the average score of the CS graduates on the MFAT exam placed the department in the 99th percentile of schools using the MFAT exam to evaluate the performance of their graduates.
- Great faculty
- Access to the latest hardware and software. Oracle has given the department $600,000 worth of software and support.
- Access to the source code for Unix and MS NT (great project opportunities).
- Employment in the campus computer center.
- Employment in the CS department as a system administrator.
- The CS Club meets every other week during the quarter and each fall the CS Club takes a trip to Comdex in Las Vegas.
- Every quarter, on the weekend following midterms, the CS Club holds its GameFest. Admission is free to CS Club members, and involves intense network and modem game playing, snacks, and prizes.
- Every year at Christmas, the CS Dept. holds a party for CS Majors.
- Jobs - 100% placement record: Graduates of the program are employed in excellent positions with major companies such as Boeing, Emerald Solutions, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Lucent Technologies, Microsoft, and Westwood Studios. Starting salaries for our graduates are above the national average. Recent job offers for WWC CS graduates have ranged from $47,000 to $137,000.
- Careers: Computer science also makes a great choice for for pre law and pre-meds.