Welcome to the Computer Science Department at Boston College. We're committed to advancing the state of the art in Computer Science, and to providing a challenging and exciting education for our students.
Faculty members maintain active programs of research and publication in computer vision, programming languages, machine learning, data mining, databases, modeling and simulation, and the theory of computation.
We offer academic programs leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science with a major in Computer Science, as well as minor programs in Computer Science, Scientific Computation and Bioinformatics, a concentration in the Carroll School of Management, and an assortment of introductory-level and Core courses for non-specialists. Our advanced students have the opportunity to carry out independent study and to collaborate with faculty on research projects.
One-year Visiting Lecturer in Computer Science
Location: Chestnut Hill, MA
The Department of Computer Science at Boston College invites applications for a full-time Visiting Lecturer position, beginning Fall 2015. This is a one-year, non-tenure track position, with a 3/3 teaching load and a possibility of renewal.
Please submit a cover letter, CV, and a list of three references at apply.interfolio.com/28646
The Computer Science Department recently moved into the newly renovated St. Mary’s Hall.
A Boston College team finished in third place in the Boston area preliminaries of the ACM programming contest on October 19 at Wellesley College and UMass Boston.
The College of Arts and Sciences recently named CS majors Dylan Wolff and Farhaad Naim as recipients of a Dean's Scholar and a Sophomore Scholar, respectively.
Computer Science faculty member Hao Jiang has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure.
Charae Tongg '15 has explored a plethora of fields in her studies, but has always been in love with CS. She advocates that "computer science is the perfect specialty for someone with a wide array of interests, because it's just as widely applicable." In the summer of 2013, Charae interned at ProfitBricks and experienced firsthand the ins and outs of a modern startup.
Lauren Smith '11 believes computer science is ”the perfect synthesis of math, logic, and technology”. She credits BC for not only teaching her technical skills, but also the critical thinking and problem-solving skills needed to be prepared for a CS job.