Do you know where the ideas behind Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Dell started? In college. Explore the design and analysis of the algorithms that drive our world and gain the extensive programming and problem-solving skills needed to succeed in the dynamic (and extremely well compensated) field of computer science.
of students are employed, attending grad school or working in service or volunteer positions within six months of graduation.
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is a traditional program that combines computer science, mathematics, and science. It involves more in-depth course work in these main areas producing graduates with a thorough knowledge of Computer Science.Four-Year Course Sequence
The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science allows students room to pursue a second major or minor combined with computer science. This encourages inter- and multi-disciplinary study, developing well-rounded students ready to contribute to an increasingly interdisciplinary world that utilizes computation.Four-Year Course Sequence
Enroll in cooperative education and develop valuable professional contacts while learning more about career options. Take advantage of hands-on research opportunities during the summer through national labs and programs.
Participate in seminars, attend guest speaker events and go on field trips with the Xavier Computer Science Club. Getting involved will help you make connections with your classmates and may lead to professional networking opportunities.
At Xavier, our small class sizes allow you to ask the right questions and get the attention you need to succeed and learn. On top of that, our Career Development mentoring program will connect you with a Cincinnati-based professional in your field.
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Xavier graduates across the globe
You might think that Computer Science majors taking a class called "Open-ended Problem Solving" would set their sights on creating the next Candy Crush. Instead, they chose to put their brains and talents to work on the opioid and heroin addiction epidemic.
At Xavier, Matt Lucas was known for his pitching arm. Now as a vice president for Morgan Stanley in New York City, Lucas is pitching a different kind of game.
Graduates of the Computer Science Program have landed challenging, rewarding jobs at
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