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Computer Science

You’re someone who has their finger on the pulse of the future, and who’s committed to supporting teams and organizations as they strive to achieve the innovation the future requires. Your fascination with the technical processes behind the world’s digital functions and infrastructures means you need a high level of skill, and achieving that skill is possible with a computer science degree from Regis University. When you join our community, you'll build up not only the fundamental technical and theoretical knowledge essential to the field, you'll also have opportunities to expand your communication and team leadership skills, and ultimately broaden your ability to serve your community. And who knows? Your contributions to the digital systems that help society run could even change the world.

    Why study computer science at Regis?

    When you choose to pursue a degree in computer science, you set yourself on a path of service – not only to help businesses run smoothly, but also to help members of your community gain access to life-improving services and technologies. That commitment to service is inherent in a Regis University education, which is founded on Jesuit Catholic values. When you graduate, you'll be ready to perform at your peak ability and advance your tech career, but you’ll also emerge prepared to apply analytical skills and knowledge to meeting human needs and elevating your community.

    How Will You Build Your Story?

    Explore our computer science programs to find out.

    What Sets Regis Computer Science Graduates Apart?

    Honing their abilities in the Anderson College of Business and Computing gives Regis graduates a unique edge:

    • Regis graduates were ranked the #1 Highest Paid Computer Science Graduates in Colorado for 2021 by
    • Out of 1,300 computing programs nationwide, Regis is one of just 308 that offers ABET-accredited programs, and one of just eight to offer those ABET-accredited programs 100% online.

    Upgrade Your Knowledge

    Studying in-person or online, you will build your skills with a computer science degree that focuses as much on the values you bring to the workplace as it does the technical and theoretical knowledge you’ll use on the job. Working with our dedicated faculty through a values-based curriculum, you will graduate equipped to not only earn well above your peers in other institutions, but also fueled by a desire to use technology to create positive societal change.

    • Perfect the skills you need to join alumni working as software engineers, web developers, applications developers, data scientists, network architects, systems analysts and more.
    • Gain an appreciation for lifelong learning—in addition to successful careers upon graduation, many Regis graduates choose to pursue advanced degrees in computer science, IT and technology.

    Faculty Spotlight

    Christopher M. Garcia

    Christopher M. Garcia serves as an assistant professor, faculty advisor, and the program director for the MS in Information and Cyber Security degree program. Prior to his Regis faculty appointment, Mr. Garcia served for 40 years as a certificated command pilot, flight instructor, mainframe automation programmer and air traffic control tower and radar specialist with the Federal Aviation Administration. He is retired from 35 years of civil service as the Chief Information Security Officer and the Director of the US Department of Transportation Security Operations Center of Excellence. Mr. Garcia is also a graduate of Regis University, Vanderbilt University, Villanova University, Brookings Institution and Valley Forge Military College where he completed studies in information technology management, executive management, political science and humanities, leadership and military sciences.

    Build Your Online Experience

    Regis is the only modern, Jesuit Catholic university in the Rocky Mountain region, but Rangers can live and learn anywhere. Designed for adult and working professionals, most online classes follow accelerated five or eight-week schedules. Programs also start up to six times per year, meaning you can pursue your education on your own schedule.

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