Monmouth’s competitive and comprehensive program in computer science focuses on new fields, preparing students in the areas of computer networks, network security, computer security, databases, and intelligent information systems. Monmouth has faculty members who are experts in each of these areas. Monmouth’s location near some of the region’s most high tech corporations allows for close working relationships that foster many joint research and development projects with students and faculty.
For working adults, convenient flexible class schedules are offered. Bridge courses are available for those without an undergraduate computer science degree.
All CS majors are given accounts on high-capacity Linux servers. The servers are remotely accessible via the Internet from on and off campus. The servers make available the latest software development tools as well as database management systems for students' research and course work needs.
Students also have late-night access to two Computer Science department laboratories. One lab is an open lab equipped with PCs running Linux. The other lab is a dedicated Linux and Mac OS X instructional lab, containing state-of-the-art Apple iMac desktop computers.