Computer Science Student Testimony | Morgan Snyder

Computer Science Student Testimony | Morgan Snyder


My hopes and dreams, at least it with my
major, I really want to become an app developer. I love writing applications
for mobile phones; that’s really fun to do, and if I can make that a job that
would be awesome. Getting paid for what you love to do is the best thing ever. Hi, my name is Morgan Snyder, and I’m a computer science major at the University
of Sioux Falls. What I like most about my computer science major is that in my classes, no two people have the same thing that they want to do. The
specification is very diverse, so you’ll have people that want to go into hardware,
or software, or cybersecurity and you get to talk to people who have these
specialization. And you get to learn lot more about the entire subject as a whole. The best
thing I think you can learn from a computer science major, is learning how
to learn more. Everything’s changing, so fast in the technology world you just
have to be able to keep up, and the best way to do that is to learn how to learn
the new things that are coming. So, even though I’ve learned a lot of programming
languages, and I’ve learned a lot about computer hardware, that’s gonna change
soon so I need to know how to apply the principles I’ve learned and to pick up
new stuff as it comes out. What I love most about USF is the tightness of the
community here. There’s small class sizes, so people who are more quiet and
introverted like myself get a chance to be heard, and get a chance to interact with professors in a way that just wouldn’t be possible at
a little larger school. Since it’s a liberal arts school, you have a chance to
learn things outside of your own major. And then you can take those things and
apply them to your future career, and just yourself as a person. And getting to
do that gives you much more well-rounded personality, and it also is a really big
benefit for the creative field later.

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