Undergraduate Programs

The Department offers two undergraduate programs: An ABET-accredited B.S. Program in Computer Science and a B.S. Program in Information Technology.

Both programs prepare students both for a professional career in the field of Computers and for graduate study if that is the student's inclination.

Graduates will find employment in research and development, computer software development, e-commerce, and Web and database technologies.

Honors Program

Honors Program offers an enriched curriculum that broadens cultural interests, integrates knowledge, sharpens writing skills and encourages student involvement in the learning process.

UPE/ACM Chapters

The department is a Lambda Chapter of Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE), which is the only international honor society in the Computing and Information Disciplines, and it has received endorsements from the two largest computer organizations in the world, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS). Join Our Local Chapter.

Graduate Programs

The M.S. Program in Computer Science provides a comprehensive approach to advanced study in computer science. It also prepares the student to hold a variety of professional and technical positions in all areas of computer science.

M.S. Program Description

Students may choose to graduate with an M.S. Degree in Computer Science using:

Graduate Admission

Applicants should submit or have sent to Graduate Admissions the needed application material.

Graduate Assistantship

Graduate students may apply for this position after successful completion of their first semester.

Undergraduate Preparation

Students seeking admission to the graduate program must have a B.S. degree from an accredited college or university. In addition, applicants should have the necessary undergraduate preparation.

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Internship Program

Students can gain first-hand experience of the daily activities of professionals in the field of Computer Science by pursuing an internship.

International Students

For information regarding visa regulations, please contact Meryl Halpern of the Center for International Programs (CIP) which is responsible for both study abroad and international student services.

Contact Us

Department of Computer Science
Barbelin 211

5600 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131

csci@sju.edu | Phone: 610-660-1567 | Fax: 610-660-1592

  

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