Computer Science Faculty: Volkman, Pilling (dean)
Degree Types: Bachelor of Science (default) or Bachelor of Arts (alternative)
The Computer Science major prepares students for careers in software engineering, programming, data analysis, system administration and management, computer and network security and research and development. Graduates also use their undergraduate computer science background (and analytical skills) to prepare for careers in many other fields of science, engineering, and information technology.
Computer Science Program Educational Objectives
Having been formed through Christian, Catholic and Benedictine values as whole persons for the whole of life, within a few of years graduation, our computer science graduates will:
- Have increased responsibility in their professional roles as a result of their ethical integrity,
- Be innovators of latest technologies and methodologies that enhance their fields,
- Be life-long learners who seek advanced degrees and/or higher accomplishments in the field, and
- In the Spirit of Service, and through leadership roles, collaborate with colleagues from multiple disciplines.