Computer science practitioners build tools and systems to lift other disciplines, changing lives and communities.
Emmanuel students are well-suited for that responsibility, and our curriculum emphasizes ethics, equity, and sustainability. Our core requirements in programming, digital citizenship, ethics and technology, algorithms and data structures will give you an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of computing and proficiency in applying computer science principles to real-world situations. Whether you’re into numbers and data, art and design, big business, or the sciences, the major offers diverse electives in web development, application development platforms, physics and mathematics, cybersecurity, digital culture, social media and storytelling, business analytics and more.
Emmanuel Launches Major in Computer Science
Developed within the School of Business & Management’s Integrated Digital & Data Science (IDDS) initiative, the program is designed to empower students to understand, analyze, and affect change in our digitally-managed world.
Meet the Faculty
Our distinguished faculty publish, exhibit and research. Present, compose and chair. Inspire and collaborate.
Students majoring in computer science will have the opportunity to take courses in Data Structures, Object-Oriented Programming, Algorithms, Web Development, Software Development, Python Applications, C# and .NET, Cybersecurity and more.
- ART2132 Data Visualization
- COMM3708 Digital Culture & Social Media
- IDDS1000 Digital Citizenship
- IDDS1101 Introduction to Programming
- IDDS2102 Programming II and Introduction to Computer Science
- IDDS2132 Practical Machine Learning
- MATH1118 Intro to Statistics with R
- MATH2115 Intro Programming with MATLAB
- MGMT2310 Business Analytics
- PHIL2205 Ethics and Technology
Where Essential Values and Skills Meet the Real World
Along with areas of knowledge and major requirements, you will cultivate essential values in the classroom and complete two courses in each area:
- Social Justice (SJ): Develop knowledge, skills, values and motivation to participate beneficially in activities of personal and public concern.
- Diversity & Multiculturalism (DM): Understand the complexity of identity the historical truths of different cultural perspectives to address bias and examine contemporary social issues.
One hundred percent of Emmanuel students complete an internship as part of the core curriculum. In a city as dynamic as Boston, your options are bound only by the limits of your curiosity.
Students from the School of Business & Management intern at all Big 4 accounting agencies, major financial institutions such as Morgan Stanley and Bank of America, and creative agencies and cultural organizations such as Hill Holliday and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
The Capstone Experience involves completing a significant piece of work that requires the integration and application of learning from multiple courses.
For students in the School of Business & Management, capstone courses blend theory and practice, with experiences ranging from live case consulting, research and analysis on current industry topics, the assessment of company performance and strategy and thesis presentations.