Why study Computer Science at BenU?

You can develop a strong foundation in computer science coupled with an understanding of its application to mathematics, science or business through a core of required courses. You will also choose electives that allow you to concentrate on the theory and applications of computers, scientific and technical applications. A team-oriented, software engineering project caps off your program.

You will build a solid foundation in problem-solving, algorithm development, data structures, programming and computer organization, as well as strong oral and written communication skills vital to your career. 

Careers in Computer Science

Your knowledge of computer technology and its applications will present opportunities for a career in government, business, industry and education. Application software development, software engineer, systems software development, network administration and database management are just a few of your possible career opportunities. Some Benedictine  Computer Science graduates have also gone on to pursue a master’s degree in Computer Science. 

Internships Available in Mesa

Being in the heart of Downtown Mesa has its advantages, one of them being the opportunity to provide BenU Mesa students with hands-on learning opportunities. Benedictine Computer Science students have interned with the Information Technology department at both the City of Mesa and U-Haul.

Sample Courses

•  MATH 1150: Introduction to Calculus
•  CMSC 4375: Software Engineering
•  CMSC 3330: Database Management
•  CMSC 4380: Artifical Intelligence
•  CMSC 2200: Computer Programming
•  CMSC 2264: Intro to Web Development

Benedictine is in CO+HOOTS

The CO+HOOTS Institute for Entrepreneurship at Benedictine will begin in the Fall of 2020 and offer BenU Mesa students a safe environment to learn and launch a potential business under the guidance of practicing, experienced, and successful entrepreneurs. The four-year intensive immersion program will develop and support the growth of our students’ innovative and creative ideas. Learn more and apply at www.ben.edu/mesa/cohoots

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