Students at the Jodrey School of Computer Science acquire skills that are relevant, current, and in future demand. These skills are gathered via a cutting-edge, nationally and internationally accredited curriculum, as well as through relevant job experience supported by Acadia’s co-op program and industry partners. Computing can be your main area of study, or it can be integrated with other disciplines such as math, business, biology, engineering, health science, environmental science, education, or music. A degree in computer science allows a student to secure employment in an area of personal and community interest. Specialization programs include mobile computing, game development, software development, and data analytics.