Undergraduate Computer Science & Technology Degree Programs
Our Undergraduate Computer Science & Technology Degree Programs
Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science (BSCS/BACS)
Are you interested in design of computer software, hardware, and applications? The BSCS program emphasizes courses in the sciences and applied mathematics, while the BACS program emphasizes the humanities and social sciences for a broader liberal arts and technical education.
Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering (BSSE)
Are you a puzzle person, someone who likes to work through the small details in order to develop the big picture? BSSE students study computer science and engineering to learn the specific skills needed to create not only the building blocks of a complex system, but to put it all together.
Bachelor of Science in Data Science (BSDS)
Are you a problem-solver? Do you see data as not just a bunch of numbers but as something that can tell a story, or provide insight on how to make technology better? BSDS students learn how to create novel information products, with an emphasis on solving problems that can only be addressed using very large and disparate data sources, in domains such as health care, finance, research and development, and business operations.
Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS)
Are you interested in exploring how to help people get things done through computers and technology? BSIS students learn how to interact with people and businesses to understand their needs and translate them into effective systems and technology to improve efficiency.
Bachelor of Science in Computing and Security Technology (BS)
Are you a professional who has already earned an associate's degree or completed approximately two years of college work? The BS in Computing and Security Technology program is offered online and on-site. The BS program focuses on educating technologists for industry and emphasizes a practical, hands-on education, while providing fundamental concepts that are supplemented by laboratory experience.