Computer Science Alumni Outcomes

Recent Graduate School Acceptances

Although most of our computer science majors begin their careers right after graduating, some go on to pursue graduate work. Some recent acceptances include:

  • George Mason University
  • Penn State
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • SUNY at Buffalo
  • University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • University of Massachusetts at Amherst
  • University of Pennsylvania

Recent Employers

 

Acceller, Inc.

Daemen College

Liazon Corporation

Plantrol Systems

Aix

DebtX

Lockheed Martin Corporation

Raytheon Technologies

Ajilon Incorporated

Eastman Kodak Company

M&T Bank Corporation

Rich Products Corporation

Albany County Clerk

Emerson Process Management

Mathworks

Roswell Park Cancer Institute

Amazon

Erie County Medical Center

mDev Software Developers Inc.

RR Donnelly

Antares Management Solutions

Fidelity Investments

Meritain Health Inc.

Sitel Corporation

Aurora Consulting Group Inc.

Frontier Communications

MFG&EDP

Sony Pictures Imageworks

Blue Cross Blue Shield of WNY

Frontier Science Technology and Research Foundation

Micro Analysis and Design

Synacor, Inc.

Boeing Company

General Dynamics

Microcomputer Technology Consultants Ltd.

Technology Distribution Network

Buffalo Computer Graphics Inc.

General Electric Company

Moore Corp.

Time Warner Cable

The Buffalo News

Harris Computer

National Fuel Gas Corporation

T-Mobile USA

Building Tones and Services

Honeywell International Inc.

Navic Networks

Univera Healthcare

Carnegie Mellon University

HSBC Bank USA NA

New Era Cap Inc.

University at Buffalo

Citigroup

Infoscitex Corp

Northrop Grumman Corp.

University of Arizona

Computer Task Group Inc.

Ingram Micro Inc.

OmniSeq Precision Medicine Technology

University of Rochester

Cornell University

Inlighten Inc.

One Communications

US Attorney's Office

Cubric

JWH Consulting Incorporated

Pennsylvania State University

US Department of Defense


Alumni Testimonials:

Alex Vulaj '14
Software Engineer, Vnomics Corp. (Rochester, NY)
"The individualized care and personalized attention from my professors at Canisius elevated me from a student with absolutely no experience in the field to a young professional ready to enter the job market immediately upon graduation.  From professors with real-world experience willing to come in on weekends and spend long hours helping individual students, to the friendly atmosphere among students willing to go to incredible lengths to help each other, I strongly recommend a Canisius computer science education to anyone looking to get into the field."
 

Sebastian Marino '96
President and CEO, Uncorporeal Systems (New York, NY)
"Upon leaving the Computer Science Department at Canisius College I was inspired to work in the challenging field of computer graphics, underpinned by the confidence of a well-rounded education.  My work now includes seminal films such as Star Wars and Avatar, and along the way I've even received an Academy Award, yet my love for the field was born a long way from Hollywood, in Dr. McConnell's graphics class."


Raymond Georges '13
Developer - Web and Mobile Application Delivery, HealthNow New York Inc. (Buffalo, NY)
"As I recall my time spent at Canisius, the most prevalent memories are those of the dedicated professors who truly devoted their time and talents to making sure that my fellow classmates and I were prepared for the challenges that lay ahead. The combination of small class sizes, broad interdisciplinary specialization among the faculty, and a curriculum designed to teach not only the theory of Computer Science, but also the practice, culminated in a valuable education greater than the sum of its parts. So well spent was my time at Canisius, that I felt not only confident in my abilities upon first entering the workforce, but also better prepared than my peers who had graduated from larger, research based institutions. This instilled confidence, backed by a solid foundation built upon thorough knowledge of concepts, and a work ethic forged by professors who simply would not accept mediocrity from their students, is a large part of how I got to where I am today."