- Bachelor of Science
Develop expertise in systems analysis, software development, artificial intelligence and more, gaining a foundation in the fundamentals of computer science. Our computer science program emphasizes practical skills built on theoretical foundations. Every course is designed to give students hands-on real-world practice with cyber security tools, big data analysis, programming language design, networking, operating system development, parallel computing and web applications.
Our graduates are recognized by employers and graduate schools for knowing modern tools and technologies that most undergraduate students at other schools never experience. Our courses are continually revised to stay up to date with recent trends in programming languages, application development techniques, libraries and hardware.
We take advantage of small class sizes and strong faculty-student relationships to push students to their greatest potential.
Our computer science program has multiple student clubs where students focus on forwarding technological advancement through group projects, events and practices.
ACM Student Chapter
The ACM Student Chapter hosts weekly events ranging from gaming tournaments, faculty lectures and hardware-building competitions. They are also responsible for hosting the annual High School Programming Contest.
Stetson Hacker Space
Stetson Hacker Space hosts weekly events focused on building websites, mobile apps and hardware. They are also responsible for hosting the annual sudo "HackStetson" Hackathon.
Ladies in STEM
Ladies in STEM host bi-weekly events focused on event-planning and different activities that promote and encourage women in the STEM industries.
Our experienced and successful faculty will help guide you through the journey of our computer science program.
Graduates from computer science and related fields enjoy one of the highest entry-level salaries of all majors, and flexibility to focus a career in areas such as,
- Mobile and web apps
- Game development
- Virtual reality
- Data science
- Cloud computing
Graduates from our program have moved on to rewarding careers at major technology-driven companies.
Opportunities for graduates with a Bachelor of Science in Biology cross multiple career paths including Clinical Research, Environmental and Climate Science, Health and Medical Research and Clinical Laboratory Technicians. More than 65% of all positions listed require a Bachelor’s degree and nearly half, 49% of positions ask for 0-to-2 years of experience.
Source: Burning Glass Technologies 2019.
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