The mission of the Department is to offer a high-quality liberal arts education in the art and science of computing, as well as to prepare students for career opportunities in this area requiring a high level of technical knowledge and skill. The Department will continue to develop and administer programs which serve the needs of industrial computer scientists, researchers, and computer application specialists for whom the discipline of computing sciences provides indispensable tools.

Collected here are honors theses produced by students in the Department of Computer Science at the College at Brockport.


Theses from 2018


Analysis of a Build vs Buy Approach to Software Acquisition For Student Government, Elisha Madison

Theses from 2017


Development of an Alumni Relations Web App Using an Agile Approach, Spencer Linsner

Theses from 2014


Microenterprise Sustainability: The After-Effect of ICT Adoption and Use, Joseph Jackson

Theses from 2011


The Brockport Navigator, Michael Adams


A Comparative Study of the Systematic Mapping of Object-Oriented Models to Code Development Frameworks, Martin Hristov Georgiev