Computer Science students have access to many resources outside the regular classroom. You can:
- receive free peer tutoring in introductory courses;
- be mentored one-on-one by a computer science faculty member;
- become involved in faculty research;
- earn credit for internships;
- enroll in specialized computer science courses through cross-registration with Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, two world-renowned research institutions;
- utilize the same software in our homework lab that is available in our classroom lab;
- access a supercomputer cluster (on an as-available basis);
- join in activities and programming contests with the local student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery.
Click the image below for more information about Duquesne's Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (Computer Science Club).
For details on these and other resources, see the following Math/CS Department information pages.