In today’s world, computer science and technology touch every aspect of our lives. Programming, software development and engineering have long since moved out of the lab and into every field from medicine, banking and exploration to commerce, entertainment and sports, to name only a few. With this in mind, the Pembroke Hill Computer Science and Technology seeks to prepare graduates for any approach they might take in their study of this discipline, from building and maintaining systems, to writing apps and shaping user experience, to creating robots to solve problems.
The Computer Science and Technology department allows students to focus on any of three areas: Programming, Engineering and Design.
- Programming-focused courses include Web Design & App Development, Introduction to Python, Introduction to Java, and Advanced Placement Computer Science.
- Engineering-focused courses include 3D Printing & Design, Computer Architecture & Server Design, and Introduction to Robotics
- Design-focused courses include 3D Printing & Design, Computer Graphics, and Web Design & App Development.
There is no computer science requirement for graduation.