BVU has an active Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) student club in which students have placed highly in regional programming contests and won the inaugural Sun/Oracle Java World Cup international competition.
The department hosts an annual “Capture the Flag” hacking challenge in which student teams defend their own virtual servers while trying to infiltrate other teams’ servers to steal sensitive data.
The computer science program provides instruction on a variety of programming languages, including Python, Java, C, Scheme, C++, Ruby, and Prolog, as well as new languages and frameworks like Groovy and Ruby on Rails.
Computer science majors have access to a variety of creative, hands-on learning experiences including courses that feature basic computer game design.
Wythe Award Faculty Finalists Announced
Four professors have been selected as finalists for BVU's 2015 George Wythe Award for Excellence in Teaching. The winner will be announced at the Faculty and Staff Recognition Dinner on May 22. Read more...