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Our Computer Science program emphasizes a collegial relationship between faculty and students where faculty guide students into developing both skills and concepts that are fundamental to the discipline today and in the future. An engaging curriculum where real world applications and projects are integrated into the students’ courses prepares the student for the dynamic pace of this technological world. Undergraduate research and working internships are additional avenues for our students to enhance their technical skill sets and as well develop team leadership skills.
At Saint Francis University, our faculty are committed to helping students develop their potential and achieve their goals while receiving a broad, value-based, liberal arts education. Effective communication, leadership and teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, and reasoning skills, appreciation of cultural diversity and ethical behavior resonate throughout the program and are specific objectives built into the curriculum to help prepare the student for successful career paths.
Students as early as the freshman year engaged in real projects with real clients and mentored by Computer Science faculty. Ample library resources on Information Assurance and Computer Security. DiSepio Information Assurance Scholarship for highly qualified students. Three separate VM Networks: Testing, Coursework and Production
Special spaces designed specifically for CS majors equipped with enhanced technology resources to play, work and learn in. These exceptional spaces include:
The common skills needed for computer scientists to be successful in their chosen career are their ability to solve problems, excellent communication and working independently and as a member of a team. and because of this computer science graduates are some of the most sought-after graduates and earn among the highest salaries of any major right out of college. Career paths in CS consistently top the charts of "Best Jobs" lists.
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