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Computer Science
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Computer Science

Computer scientists shape and advance our world through technology. Some develop websites or build software; others devise new ways to store and send data; still others use computers to address challenges in design or robotics. However you plan to use your degree, this program is excellent preparation. It gives students a solid knowledge base, a well-rounded liberal arts education, and offers an honors option to those who complete a thesis.

College Facts

  • 2,801 Undergraduate Enrollment
  • 6:1 Student to Faculty Ratio
  • 81% Employment Rate
  • 98% Graduate School Acceptance Rate
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"At Seton Hall, I got to know my professors and work closely with them. I co-authored a paper with one of my professors, and presented with him at an academic conference." 

Barbara Mucha ’05
Director of Engineering, PlaceIQ Inc.

What Great Minds Can Do
Joshua Steier

Joshua Steier’s grant-funded research led to an internship and a job offer from the U.S Department of Justice.

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Joshua Steier’s grant-funded research led to an internship and a job offer from the U.S Department of Justice.

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This program centers on math and computer science courses. You'll also fulfill the College of Arts and Science's core curriculum, which spans all areas of liberal arts. Our computer science faculty members are well-recognized for their research programs, exploring areas of software engineering, programming languages, and symbolic computation. Students may participate in these faculty-led projects, further building on the new skills they're learning in the classroom.

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Faculty Listing

Members of the Computer Science faculty are experts and renowned scholars in robotics, symbolic computation, data visualization and analysis, technology applications and small-device programming. As recognized experts in these areas of computer science, our faculty members consistently publish in top journals and present at the top conferences in the field. With small class sizes and an emphasis on real-world applications, faculty members take particular pride in preparing students for future careers by combining theoretical and practical education.

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Bert Wachsmuth posing
Bert Wachsmuth
Associate Professor
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Laura Schoppmann
Laura Schoppmann
Associate Professor, Program Adviser for Mathematics Education
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Marco T. Morazán
Associate Professor, Computer Science Graduate School Adviser
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Nathan Kahl
Nathan Kahl
Associate Professor, Mathematics Graduate School Adviser
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