This area of computer science includes a strong core of mathematic and statistical coursework. Recommended track for students who are considering graduate school.
Find your purposeful and meaningful career of advancing user-friendly technology
Become a part of a collaborative learning community that is passionate about advancing technology. You will learn from professors who have doctorate degrees and industry experience so that you’re prepared for immediate employment in computer science after college. Hone your problem-solving skills and think logically and practically as you learn how to solve issues that users may experience in technology.
- Focus your career by choosing between two tracks: software development or business information systems.
- Network through our long-standing community partnerships to earn top-quality internships while in college and jobs immediately upon graduation.
- Become a security expert with the highest ethical standards in a program that emphasizes using your skills in service to others.
Gain knowledge in marketing, finance, and management in addition to computer programming, data structures, and networking.
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Saint works at Microsoft in Seattle. After Malone, he's earned master's degrees from Brigham Young and the University of Washington. He is particularly interested in open source programming.
Computer Science minor
Students who are majoring in another program may choose to take a Computer Science minor in addition to their primary course of study. A minor requires 18 hours of courses as listed in the official academic catalog.
“I am so glad I chose Malone because of the multi-dimensional aspects of the computer science curriculum. I was interested in how technology works in the business world and the value it creates for various organizations. I worked in the IT department as a student, and it is one of my fondest memories—it helped me understand real world applications.”