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Computing & Technology

Technology continues to shape and mold society, to the extent that it touches virtually every aspect of daily life. The world is ripe with opportunity for those who embrace the power of technology, and the range of careers that use new and emerging technology continues to grow.

Why St. John's

At St. John’s, technology is everywhere. Walk through The Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional Studies and you discover our Homeland Security Lab and our Cyber Security Lab, where tomorrow’s security experts learn from faculty with decades of experience with local and national law enforcement.

Computer Science

Computing and Machine Learning

Cyber and Information Security

Cyber Security Systems

Data Science

Digital Forensics

Game Development and Emerging Media

Information Technology

Networking Systems