Computer Science, Mathematics and Science
What We Do
There are five major degree programs of study offered by the Division of Computer Science, Mathematics and Science which address the mainstream needs of careers in the broad fields of Computer Science, Cyber Security Systems, Healthcare Informatics, Information Technology, and Telecommunications.
Computer Science is a fast moving and ever-changing discipline. St. John's University’s programs in computer science and related areas are built around a core of key courses structured to provide a solid foundation of knowledge leading to careers in technology. These courses bring together the theory and practice of computing to provide students with knowledge and skills to solve a wide range of technical and business problems.
There are five major degree programs of study offered by the Division of Computer Science, Mathematics and Science which address the mainstream needs of careers in the broad fields of Computer Science, Cyber Security Systems, Healthcare Informatics, Information Technology, and Telecommunications. Each of these majors can be paired with a choice from several options, providing the students with the ability to concentrate on important and relevant areas that help prepare them for positions that meet their interests and aptitudes. One very popular minor option is in business, which provides many background courses needed for admission to a master of business administration degree program.
The faculty are dedicated to providing a quality educational experience in these fields. They are constantly re-assessing course offerings to keep the program relevant and competitive to the rapidly changing world of technology. Many industry professionals teach part time, bringing their real life expertise into the classroom.
For a full list of our faculty, click here.
Joan E. DeBello
Chair, Division of Computer Science, Mathematics and Science
Cyber Security Systems/Business Administration, BS/MBA
Students in the Computer Science, Cybersecurity, IT and HCI programs are required to have a laptop computer that meets the following minimum specifications.
CPU: Intel i5 or i7 (or AMD equivalent)
OS: Windows 10, or MacOS Catalina (or above), or up to date Linux (Ubuntu 20.04 or above, Redhat 7.8 or above)
RAM: 16 GB (Minimum)
Hard drive: 512 Gb (Minimum)
Camera, speakers, mike etc
Please Note: Chromebooks and tablets are NOT acceptable as laptops for CUS/Cyber students. Macs with the M1 processor do not support virtualization and therefore are also not recommended.
As an organization, the St. John's ACM Student Chapter strives to integrate the classroom experience with real-world, industry related experiences to breed members that are ready to enter into an exciting career in technology. Whether it be networking with industry professionals, to attending informative workshops, to resume building sessions, CSS will supply you with the tools necessary to develop into that forward thinking individual who will help lead the technological revolution.
- Provide an avenue by which computer science students and other interested parties can form a community, where they can share knowledge and experience while simultaneously building a meaningful social network.
- Give students the opportunity to use their knowledge and apply it to real-life problems.
- Use our collective knowledge to give back to the St. John’s community in ways of which we are most capable.
- Accentuate what is learnt in class by providing students with guest lecturers, who will show the how their knowledge can be applied to real-world problems and situations.
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Joan DeBello
Associate Professor - Moderator