Complex systems are built on simple, fundamental concepts. Computers are an excellent example of this. Electronically, they are made from billions of simple switching devices. Likewise, computer software begins with simple commands that are based in almost trivial arithmetic. From this, complex and intelligent systems can be developed.
In the Computer Science program at Elizabethtown College, we begin with the simple, fundamental concepts and principles of computer software and hardware, carefully teach students to fully understand them, and to build complex systems from them.
The Computer Science program at Elizabethtown College was established in 1980, making us one of the oldest in the region. We offer majors in Computer Science, Information Systems and Computer Engineering, as well as minors in Computer Science and Information Systems.
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