Computer science at Marlboro explored interactions of data and code: software, the internet, and computing across the curriculum.

Computer science at Marlboro covered both theoretical and practical topics in computing, from Turing machines and physics simulations to web applications and programming language design.

Each degree program was individually crafted, often in combination with other areas of the curriculum. Areas of study such as software, the internet, graphics, digital arts, machine learning, and AI were all possible.

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Jim Mahoney

Computer Science