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Student who major in computer science or software engineering at Franklin College are well equipped to handle the most marketable and in-demand skills in today’s workplace. Students learn and sharpen their coding and software development skills each semester while studying at Franklin. In-class and out-of-class projects that tie together conceptual knowledge, problem solving, and technical skills in collaborative environments are recurrent experiences that help to shape our students into technology professionals ready to engage in our high-tech world.
The senior-year software development project is a hallmark of the computer science and software engineering majors. The project requires a senior computing student to tie together all aspects of their learning experience at Franklin College. From meeting with real-world clients to determine their software needs, to designing solutions, to coding and testing their final product, a senior computing major touches all aspects of the development process. Employers often comment on how impressed they are on the quality and depth of our senior software projects.
Most of our students complete internships while studying at Franklin College. Internships provide our students with excellent real-world experience in work environments in which their technical and personal skills are put to the test. Students make long term relationships with professionals in the field through internships. Employers are impressed with our students’ abilities and often look to hire them as permanent employees. Some companies in which our students have interned include:
The computing professors are very competent and complete teachers. The knowledge and skills gained through the program that the professors have developed together leaves students full and well-experienced in preparation for a post-collegiate work environment. If I had to do it all over again, there’s no doubt I would chose the same course of study! - Elijah Beasley '19
The advantage of this school is that it helps you excel at being versatile. Franklin excels where other schools have weaknesses. Franklin fosters diversity and teaches problem solving, leadership and how to interact successfully in an ever changing and challenging world. - Johnny Bretz '14
Professor of Computing
Professor of Computing