Computing Science at King's

Through lectures and laboratory work, students gain competence in the most current programming languages, database design, software engineering, numerical computing and modeling. Core skills, such as critical thinking, problem-solving and algorithm analysis are developed, giving graduates a competitive edge in the world of computing science. The computing science faculty stress applied computing science where the computational concepts presented in the classroom (as well as in general computing science theory) are grounded in working software applications and systems.

Some Computing Science courses available include: Computer Forensics, Computer Architecture, Networks,  Software Engineering, Database Management, Systems and Data Structures.