Computer Science majors tend to think analytically to devise system and programs, while also being detail-oriented so that they can effectively troubleshoot problems.
They must be able to communicate effectively in order to talk with non-technical people to assess their needs and then convey back technical information in plain language.
Creativity is essential for those computer science majors who hope to develop the next big app, game or gadget.
Given the rapid rate of change within technology, computer science majors must want to continue learning in order to keep up with the latest developments in technology.
|Computer Science Degrees|
|Computer Science (B.S).|
|Combined Bachelor's and Master's Computer Science degrees|
Careers in computer science exist in virtually every industry, and skilled programmers are highly sought in the job market.
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.
This degree prepares students for careers in the computer software industry developing software products and applications.
Do you have questions about Computer Science at St. Mary's? Contact:
Pamela K. Fink, Ph.D.
Chair, Computer Science Department
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