In today's high-tech workplace, people with strong computer
skills are more in demand than ever. Experts forecast that 60
percent of all job growth over the next seven years will be in
You can prepare for these opportunities by earning your Bachelor
of Science degree in Computer Science at St. John’s University.
Graduates will possess the practical skills necessary for a wide
array of careers in computer science including: computer networking
and communication, database systems, parallel computation,
distributed computation, computer-human interaction, computer
graphics, and numerical and symbolic computation. By combing a theoretical and practical approach to
this 21st century field, the program gives students an
excellent basis for success.
Students also develop a wider range of skills and perspectives
needed for success in computer-related fields: logical and
analytical thinking, ingenuity, attention to
detail, persistence and
dedication, as well as effective oral
and written communication skills.
We invite you to learn more about the
B.S. degree in Computer Science by exploring our program
requirements, academic resources, objectives, admission
requirements and list of acclaimed faculty.
Charles Traina, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair