Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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You’ve come to the right place. Our graduates have been successful as IT specialists, engineers, neuroscientists, and more. Scientists and engineers with a Liberal Arts background excel in their field because of their ability to think outside the box and find solutions to complex issues. Scroll down to learn more about how you can follow in their footsteps.

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“Technology alone is not enough. It’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields the results that make our hearts sing.”

– Steve Jobs, former CEO of Apple

“While I did not pick up the background information I need to do my day-to-day work at Christendom, I think I picked up something that is a lot harder to get in any other way: learning how to think critically through problems and process arguments. Without these abilities, technical expertise will not get you very far.”

– Dr. Phillip O’Herron ’00
John Hopkins University

“Christendom instilled in me a desire to make a difference in the world. The liberal arts education trained me to think creatively, innovatively, and expansively. The moral formation helps me navigate the corporate world with principled integrity, especially in respect to my employees, who deserve priority over profits. The ability to solve problems, compile and evaluate information, and the ability to persuasively communicate ideas clearly and objectively are essential in the Information Technology sector.”

– Greg Bodoh ‘94
Sole Solutions, Inc.

Alumni in Action

  • Greg Bodoh ’94 – Theology – Owner, Sole Solutions computer programming company
  • Phil O’Herron ’00 – Philosophy – Neuroscientist
  • Kenneth Baltrinic ’93 – Theology – Senior Software Engineer, Berico Technologies
  • Damian Fedoryka ’94 – Theology – Electrical Engineer, Senior Engineer, Praxis Engineering
  • Anthony Smitha ’05 – Theology – IT Support Specialist, Manus Dei
  • Sean Vieira ’09 – Philosophy – Analyst (Software Engineer), Lab49
  • Mike Rohan ’89 – Philosophy – Software Team Lead, KEYW
  • Matthew Gelis ’87 – Philosophy – Owner, Veraprise
  • Matthew Herter ’95 – Theology – Mulitmedia Specialist, Edge Digital Group
  • Kevin Fox ’04 – English – IT Manager, John C. Grimberg Company

The Power of the Liberal Arts

Through the study of the Catholic liberal arts, you will encounter a universal study of knowledge—through Mathematics, History, Literature, Science, Classics, and Political Science—unified by the central role played by Philosophy and Theology. John Henry Newman noted that this 2000-year time-tested curriculum actually expands the intellect, empowering you to win in the marketplace when competing with graduates of other colleges or universities.

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