A degree in computer science enables you to understand the technology that powers the world around us, and provides the tools you need to design new kinds of technology. You’ll develop skills that can translate to virtually any industry or interest, helping you solve problems in cybersecurity, finance, transportation, education, healthcare, retail, energy, or public safety. You might work on algorithms that detect financial fraud, interpret data from MRIs, or propel self-driving cars.
You can learn computer science anywhere, but at John Carroll University, where class sizes are small (alternatively, ‘where you’ll never see a 300 person lecture hall) and a major comprises only 40% of your total credits, you’ll get the broad liberal arts background and individualized attention that makes for a well rounded citizen and job candidate. You’ll learn all the technical skills that other schools offer, and gain knowledge in a breadth of other subjects from your core curriculum.