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    The Future of Computer Science and its Education

    Posted by amyl on Feb 3, 2017 11:12:23 AM

    Please welcome guest blogger, Scott Rhodes, Vice Provost of Enrollment for Florida Polytechnic University.

    Recent advancements in cybersecurity, mobile technology and artificial intelligence have opened new doors in the current Information Age. Here’s how:

    Cybersecurity

    Cyber attacks are becoming more and more common. The more we store sensitive data online, the more advanced our cybersecurity needs to be to protect it. According to idtheftcenter.org, there were 781 data breaches in 2015, with the average total cost of a data breach around $3.8 million. These numbers highlight the need for cybersecurity protocols, which is exactly where a degree in computer science comes in handy. Depending on the specialization, studying computer science can help boost cybersecurity processes for health care, financial institutions, and government agencies, to name a few.

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    Topics: Computer Science, education, cybersecurity, Internships, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science Education, computer scientists, florida polytechnic university, hands-on courses, mobile technology, new technology, scott rhodes, STEM, STEM majors

    Explore the 2014 Computer Science Interactive Catalog

    Posted by Cassie Peterson on Sep 2, 2014 9:17:38 AM

    Take a look at our 2014 Computer Science Interactive Catalog for a complete list of course resources, new technology, and custom print or eBook solutions. View the interactive catalog on your computer or mobile device, or download and print a copy for your reference.

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    Topics: Computer Science Education, Catalog, Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics, Computer Architecture, Computer Ethics, Computer Science Catalog, Computer Science Education, Data Structures, databases, Enterprise Computing, Game Design, game development, Graphics Application, Introductory Computer Science, Security, Software Engineering, Theory of Computation, Computer Graphics, Networking, Programming Languages, Web Development

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