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The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science employs the latest tools and technology to provide a well-structured education in this exciting and innovative field.
Students can choose from several programs:
- Combined Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Computer Science – earn both degrees in as little as five years.
Students take a variety of courses, including the School of Science, Engineering and Technology Core, to provide a well-rounded education.
- Conventional and Object Oriented Programming
- Computer Architecture and Operating Systems
- Computer Networks
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Software Engineering
Careers in computer science exist in virtually every industry, and skilled programmers are highly sought after in the current job market.
Computer scientists work in technical IT-related careers such as:
- Software designer/developer
- Systems/data analyst
Students who take other Computer Science elective classes can gain specializations in careers related to cybersecurity, data science, and game, mobile and web development.
St. Mary’s students who want to become Computer Science teachers can earn a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science with Teacher Certification. As a state-approved Educator Preparation Program (EPP), St. Mary’s provides all the training needed to pursue a career in education.
The St. Mary’s Department of Engineering offers a number of annual computer science-related summer camps for students in middle school and high school.
Science Living Community
Students majoring in any of the sciences, from computer science to biology, are invited to join the Science Living Community. Students live together and can attend programs throughout the year.