Pre-college, Undergraduate, Graduate, and Certificate Programs
Computer Science and Technology programs for all stages of learning
The School of Computer Science and Mathematics offer a wide variety of learning opportunities for students of all ages and at all stages of their career. We encourage you to read the latest issue of FoxLogic Magazine to learn more about the awards, accolades, and research activities our faculty, students, and corporate partners have been involved in.
For current high school students, our Summer Pre-College program in Game Design provides hands-on learning with an introduction to programming theory on the beautiful Marist College campus. This is a perfect opportunity for those considering the study of Computer Science or looking to enhance their technical skills and college appictaion portfolios. In addition, the Greystone program offers college level courses to high school juniors and seniors through an online bridge program.
At the traditional and adult undergraduate level, our school offers five distinct degree choices including the B.S. in Applied Mathematics, the B.S. in Computer Science, the B.S. in Information Technology and Systems, the B.A. in Mathematics, and the B.A. in Mathematics with Adolescence Education Certification. Additionally, the Institute for Data Center Professionals (IDCP) offers non-credit and credit-bearing online courses and certificates for students and working professionals looking to attain greater knowledge in Enterprise Systems, Data Center Management, and other specialized topics. Please visit our Learning Outcomes page for detailed information of the academic expectations for each of our departments.
For current undergraduate students, 5-year study options are available that result in a graduate level degree. Students select this path in their junior year and can choose either the B.S./M.S. in Computer Science/Software Development or the B.S./M.S. in Information Systems.
At the graduate level, the M.S. Computer Science/Software Development is offered on our Poughkeepsie campus and can be completed full- or part-time. Our in M.S. Information Systems is offered both online and on our campus and can also be pursued on a full- or part-time plan of study. Additionally, our four-course certificate programs in Information Systems and Business Analytics provide unique learning and skills development, either online or on-campus, and do not require an undergraduate degree in computer science or a technology discipline.
- B.S. Applied Mathematics
- B.S. Computer Science
- B.S. Information Technology and Systems
- B.A. Mathematics
- B.A. Math/Education
- M.S. Computer Science/Software Development
- M.S. Information Systems
- Advanced Certificate in Information Systems
- Advanced Certificate in Business Analytics