Computer Science, BS
Your dream tech career starts here.
Our Computer Science major is designed for students who are passionate about creating a better, fairer world through the most advanced technologies. Guided by our renowned, approachable faculty, you’ll hone your advanced problem-solving skills, computational thinking, and the ability to distill complex information into accessible language. All of this takes place within small, discussion-rooted classes, a hallmark of the liberal arts tradition.
Saint Mary’s is located in the heart of the Bay, a world-renowned hub of tech leaders, startups, and research labs. We’re committed to providing you with hands-on opportunities through laboratory and field research, competitive internships, and career counseling tailored to your unique goals and interests.
Upon successfully completing the Mathematics major, students will be able to...
- Demonstrate a mastery of the core SMC undergraduate mathematics curriculum;
- Communicate mathematical ideas and concepts correctly and clearly in both oral and written forms using mathematical reasoning and terminology and symbolic representation;
- Undertake scholarly investigations using appropriate mathematical resources;
- Integrate the use of technological tools into their investigations; and
- Demonstrate knowledge of connections within mathematics and applications to other fields.
Saint Mary's Testimonials
“Having graduated from Saint Mary's as a Math major with a concentration in Computer Science, I have been lucky enough to spend the last year working as a Data Analyst for British Airways in Europe. The impact of the wonderful math professors at Saint Mary's is easily seen in the skill set they have prepared me with, enabling me to do my job. However, I must admit that a huge advantage has come from the liberal arts approach that Saint Mary's applies in every class setting, instilling an effective communication which sits at the core of every report, analysis, and presentation I do.”
Dominica Masarova, Class of 2021
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