This program allows you to receive a double major in Social Computing along with another major of your choice!

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Students can pursue a double major in Social Computing and any other major such as Liberal Arts, New Media Communications, Behavioral Science, Psychology, Sociology, or Biomedical Sciences. Blending a Computer Science degree with a liberal arts degree or another science degree offers students an enhanced, interdisciplinary understanding of what data language is and how it can be used to meet the demands of today's world.

Program Information

  Program Requirements

Program Requirements

Major Requirements - 27 hours

NLP 105 Introduction to Linguistics for Computer Scientists (3)
NLP 106 Introduction to Secondary Research Methods (3)
NLP 120 Principles of NLP Programming I (3)
NLP 125 Introduction to Language and Computers (3)
NLP 126 Introduction to Primary Research Methods (3)
NLP 221 Principles of NLP Programming II (3)
NLP 230 Applications of Database & Design Development for NLP Programming (3)
NLP 250 Web Fundamentals and NLP Programming (3)
NLP 350 Applied Social Computing (3)

Content Area Courses - 15 hours

Courses for second major (200 or 300 level) (15)

General Electives - 14-17 hours

  Career Potential

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment of computer and information research scientists is projected to grow 16 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. The CS-NLP major also offers a strong foundation for careers in the fields producing some of the most valuable advancements of our time, including medicine, electronics, engineering, and communications. Potential career fields include:

  • Data science
  • User experience design (UX/UI)
  • AI architecture
  • Web design
  • App development
  • Applied research science
  • Project management
  Benefits of the Program
  • The Senior Research Project is a yearlong academic endeavor with a one-on-one interaction between a faculty member and graduating senior.
  • Every student majoring in computer science is required to complete a co-op with a relevant business or organization.
  • Our low student-to-faculty ratio promotes personalized attention and guidance.

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Computer Science – Social Computing Concentration [through the cITe Scholars Program]

 

This highly interdisciplinary approach strives to train students to enter the emerging field of Social Computing. Our Social Computing curriculum focuses on exploring how technology can be used to address human-centered problems within other disciplines. Students in this specialization will have the opportunity to work on real-world projects with the University’s Center for IT Engagement (cITe).

Click here to learn more about the Center for IT Engagement at Mount St. Joseph University.

Scholarships Available:

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Faculty

Rebecca Allen

PhD Assistant Professor

Gene Kritsky

PhD Dean of Behavioral & Natural Sciences

Alex Nakonechnyi

Ph. D. Associate Provost

Staff

Brook Batch

Creative Project & Research Coordinator

Jacqueline Roberts

MBA Director

Additional Resources

  Curriculum Guide
  cITe Scholars Program - Fact Card