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Gain skills in software development, data algorithms, web development, and more.

Our BS program will prepare you for a career in computer science while also supporting your personal and creative growth.

Practical skills and universal knowledge

Today’s society is increasingly information-based. Fundamental knowledge of how computers and computing systems work is a vital part of modern life and a universal skill that can be applied to a variety of careers and fields.

Our computer science program will prepare you for success by providing comprehensive knowledge of the discipline and by teaching you how to think clearly, precisely, and creatively.


What you’ll do in the program

  • Gain comprehensive knowledge in the field of computer science, including subjects like: computer programming, data algorithms, web development, and more.
  • Focus on one full-time course per month to learn more with less stress.
  • Enhance your creativity and critical thinking through regular practice of the Transcendental Meditation® technique.
  • Receive guidance from caring, experienced professors who support your personal growth and academic success.

Program outcomes

Graduates of the BS in Computer Science program will be prepared to take on a variety of careers, including: computer programming, software engineering, database administration, mobile application development, web development, IT/help desk, network administration, and user interface development.

Featured alumni

alumnus-vikas-narulaVikas Narula, a graduate of our BS in Computer Science, is the owner and founder of Keyhubs, a Minneapolis-based management software and consulting firm that uncovers a company’s “hidden organization” — the informal network of relationships between workers that shows how work actually gets done.

“To me, entrepreneurship is about more than making money,” says Vikas, “It’s really a spiritual journey, a journey of self-discovery and growth. MUM taught me that. MUM gave me a perspective on life that helped me see things beyond the material. It helped me understand what matters most.”

Add a Minor in Computer Science

Do you want to add some computer science knowledge to your major of choice? By taking just 20 credits of coursework, you can add a minor in computer science to your degree program.

Featured faculty

professor-michael-zijlstra

  • Michael Zijlstra has worked as a Corporate Trainer in OO analysis and design, and was the Software Architect for several successful enterprise applications.
  • His current interests include domain modeling with OO persistence, and alternatives to relational databases such as NoSQL.

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