Trinity-Pawling’s Computer Science courses help students develop fundamental programming skills and technical aptitudes, while allowing them to gain a deeper understanding of the real-world application of computer science. Our hands-on and interactive classes connect students with the ideas, skills, and opportunities to shape the ever-changing, digital world in which we live.
Coding is an important skill to learn. But equally important are the logical and procedural thinking skills I teach. Computational Thinking is one component of my programming class and is key to what students learn to do — and teamwork is critical for taking their skills into the world beyond Trinity-Pawling.
Van Metcalf, Academic Technology Coordinator