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Computer and Information Sciences

Careers in computer networking, programming, and information technology are expanding like never before.

To prepare graduates for the exciting challenges of working with computer technology in business and industry, St. Ambrose University has three
individual undergraduate programs in computer and information sciences, three minors, and one graduate program.

Why Study Computer Science at St. Ambrose?

Why Study Computer and Information Sciences at SAU?

Engaged faculty, hands-on experience, graduate school preparation, and lasting relationships are what make earning a computer science degree at Ambrose worthwhile.

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Computer and Network Security

Computer and Network Security

Paired with criminal justice, this program prepares graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to recover lost or deleted data, identify a timeline of potentially illegal activities, and perform in-depth investigations of server compromises.

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Computer Science

Computer Science

Focused on software development, computer architecture, software engineering, and operating systems.

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Computer Network Administration

Computer Network Administration

Prepares undergraduates for a responsible position in the growing field of computer operations and networking.

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