What is Computer science?
Computer Science is concerned with the study of everything to do with computers and our relationship with them. Computer scientists are critical to the efficient running of modern societies, dealing with health, security, banking and finance, transportation, and now increasingly our interaction through social networks. Computing professionals, like their counterparts in medicine, law, engineering, accountancy and finance, deal with theoretical issues, solve complex problems, deal with matters of ethics and with society at large. Theoretical issues in computer science relate to the abstract notions of computation and information. The study of these issues leads, for example, to efficient and robust algorithms and to new programming languages. Applications of computer science range from artificial intelligence to health informatics, from computer animation and graphics to information security, and from social network sites to educational and training systems.
Computer Science: The course for you?
Computer Science at Trinity is a challenging and exciting course with a focus on innovation and cutting-edge technology that demands the very best from our students. As a Computer Science graduate you will be able to apply your deep computer science knowledge along with a range of professional skills in teamwork and management to solve computational problems in all walks of life.
To get the best from the course you need to be interested in developing clear logical ideas about situations and about how to develop feasible schemes (‘algorithms’) for computers to deal with these situations. You need to be comfortable using mathematical techniques to solve problems.
If you are knowledgeable about computers already, to the extent of building them or writing programs for them, so much the better – but bear in mind, no prior knowledge of computer science is assumed.
Graduate skills and career opportunities
Graduates from this programme are highly sought after and can expect to find employment anywhere in the world. Each year leading employers in the sector attend a special recruitment fair held at the School of Computer Science and Statistics which affords students an opportunity to chat informally regarding their career opportunities. Graduates find employment in almost every sector from communications and entertainment to manufacturing and transportation, government, healthcare, education and many more. Positions can be found within: design, testing, manufacturing, support and implementation, information systems, research and development, operations and management. Many graduates hold senior positions such as CTO and CIO. Others pursue careers in research to PhD and beyond. The School is proud of the entrepreneurial and academic success of its graduates.
学费：€26,985.00 (¥ 210,024) /年
留学地点：Trinity College Dublin, the University of DublinCollege Green,Dublin 2,Dublin,Republic of Ireland
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