Computer Science Minor

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About the Program

Students studying computer science will develop a broad technical understanding of the field, and will gain a deep appreciation of computing and its functions.

Headshot of John Bochanski
Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Computer Science & Physics
Science Hall 204B


University of Washington, Aug. 2002 – Aug. 2008
Seattle WA, USA
Ph.D., Astronomy, June 2008
Thesis Title: “M Dwarfs in the Local Milky Way: the Field Low-Mass Stellar Luminosity and Mass Functions”
Thesis Advisor: Suzanne L. Hawley

University of Washington, Aug. 2002 – June 2005
Seattle WA, USA
M.S., Astronomy

Villanova University, Aug. 1998 – May 2002
Villanova, PA USA
B.S., Astronomy & Astrophysics, magna cum laude