With a few lines of code, you can do incredible things—build a billion-dollar company, create global networks of people, or inspire or fund massive social movements. This major teaches you more than a practical skillset. It teaches you a new language—one that is used every day but only some of us can speak. At Loyola, you’ll become a game-changer. Whatever application of computer science calls to you, we’re ready for you to blow our minds.
Undergraduate Degree Programs
Whether you’re a software engineer, systems engineer, web designer, or developer, every business sector in the world will need people like you. At Loyno, we’ll give you the tools you need to speak that language, to be an architect and innovator, so that you can plan, create, deploy, analyze, and improve the systems on which the world runs.
The minor in computer science is dedicated to providing students with the foundations of computer programming.
The entrepreneurship track of computer information systems provides students with a robust breadth of knowledge of computer science and business principles. A student graduating with this degree will be well equipped to establish a small software company and will have the knowledge and skills to make this type of endeavor sustainable.
The interdisciplinary and management-focused nature of the program is a point of distinction; students will be marketable in a variety of fields as a result of having had extensive experience in business decision-making, statistics, and operations/project management.
Gaming has become more than a hobby. It’s an art form, a storytelling medium, a vehicle for change—and a practical one. Gaming can be used to create entertainment, tell deeply personal stories, and build experiences that are emotional and immersive in a way that no other medium has ever been.