Computer Science, Design Thinking, and Entrepreneurship
Our Design-Thinking Process: Gather, Generate, Build, and Share.
Through a range of course offerings, the Computer Science, Design Thinking, and Entrepreneurship Department provides students with opportunities to engage in hands-on, real-world, creative problem-solving in a number of disciplines (engineering, manufacturing, robotics, computer science, and entrepreneurship). These courses prioritize work that partners with authentic audiences, both here on campus and in the Greater Hartford area.
- Courses focus on giving students the essential skills they need to communicate their ideas effectively to others.
- Significant time in most of the courses will be spent in the Pearse Hub for Innovation (PHI), where students will engage in our design-thinking process: gather, generate, build, and share.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What kind of tools do you have available in the PHI?
- What kinds of computer science classes are taught?
- Can students work on personal projects in the PHI?
What kind of tools do you have available in the PHI?
What kinds of computer science classes are taught?
Can students work on personal projects in the PHI?
Meet the Department
Science Faculty; Innovation Trimester Faculty
English Faculty; Computer Science Faculty; Mathematics Faculty;, Assistant Director of the Kravis Center for Academic Technology
Director of Innovation
Director of Digital Computation
Associate Director of Innovation; Science Faculty