Saint Louis University’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in Madrid offers two degrees. Students can also complete minors in mathematics and computer science, these can be completed in Madrid.
Students can complete a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts in computer science solely at the Madrid Campus; they may also transfer freely between the Madrid and St. Louis campuses.
The Bachelor of Science degree focuses largely on analytical skills, has more technical depth and a detailed understanding of the computer science. Graduates often go directly into the industry after graduation. The Bachelor of Science program is modelled after course requirements for ABET-CAC accreditation in computer science.
Bircham University’s Computer Systems & Networks program delivers a foundation for understanding, applying and rationally deciding on modern networking technologies. The program analyses the current terminology, ideas, technologies and devices used in the internet industry. The Computer Systems & Networks program deals with both intentional and accidental perils, along with the threats facing computers mainframe systems and networks. It also demonstrates how to detect and prevent these dangers and how to reduce the potential losses caused by fraud and/or human errors.
Subjects covered on this course include: Computer Science, Computer Systems, Computer Networks, Internet Technology, Web Administration & Security, Data Communications, Server & Distributed Systems, Local / Wide Area Networks, Network Software Design, Telecommunication Systems, Telecommunication Networks, Network Systems Management, Data Security & Cryptography, Cyberspace Law and Management Information Systems.
The Computer Systems & Networks course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.