Real-world approach to teaching.
Technology is advancing at a rapid pace, and Baker University students have their hands on the pulse of the newest developments.
By learning the processes that describe and transform technology, our students gain the knowledge to shape the image of the future—a practical application of the theory, analysis, design, efficiency, programming, and application they have studied throughout the program.
Our students engaged in the practical application of computer programming, database development, and endless other uses of computers to enhance modern business, science, engineering, and other fields.
With help from faculty and our career services staff, students can find internships and earn practical experience while developing the skills and knowledge needed to be a working professional.
Students design high-level computer applications for their capstone projects as a way of combining everything they’ve learned and preparing for graduation.
The Department of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics gives these awards with financial prizes to be applied to the following year’s tuition:
- Mildred Hunt Riddle Departmental Recognition Scholarship for Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics
- Dr. Calvin Foreman Memorial Scholarship
- Howard T. Bonnett Scholarship
- Jennifer Burton Memorial Scholarship
- Grace Barnhill Champlin Memorial Scholarship
- Platt-Butler Endowed Scholarship
Computer Science Course Descriptions
Meet the Faculty
Dr. Robert Schukei
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
B.S. & M.S. Northwest Missouri State University, Ph.D. Oklahoma State University
Office: Boyd Science Center 324