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Visiting our campus is one of the best ways to get a feel for Goshen — from classes and dorms to the dining hall menu — and decide if it’s a good fit for you. We are a friendly community where people are happy to answer your questions and show you around.
Are you a part of or interested in the growing culture of computer science and information technology? Does neural networking, machine learning and game development invoke excitement and curiosity in you? Are you passionate about creating technology to support human and social good? Then you might want to look closer at Goshen College’s computer science and information technology programs.
We are small, but mighty. Our program embraces human-centered computing, computing for the good of humanity and other ecologies. We have courses in accessibility programming, where we create software and hardware for persons with disabilities. We participate in the Association of Computing Machinery’s Computation Competition every October. Last year our team came in 5th at the site, and 101st in the region, and it was only our second year in the contest.
Quality, not quantity. Our professor-to-student ratio makes certain you have the most hands-on education possible. We offer real world, hands-on paid internships for our students. We participate in the college’s Maple Scholars Summer Research Program, where students take on a special research project and work closely with a professor.
Women are welcome here! We have a strong female core in computer science and information technology. As a woman, you will have support and enjoy fun activities in our on-campus chapter of Digital Eve. Additionally, we are a member of the National Center for Women in Technology. This organization recognizes and supports women in computer science and information technology through scholarships and other programs. If you are a woman who codes, Goshen College is the place to be!
Peter Miller, a computer science and applied math major, graduated from Goshen College in 2011. Today, he runs CodePurple, a company that provides on-campus opportunities for students to practice programming.