Computer and Technology Undergraduate Majors

  • Computer Science Undergraduate Degree

    What do you learn?

    The undergraduate computer science curriculum emphasizes the theory and practice of effective computing. Students may pursue an optional concentration in Game Programming and Development or Computer Security, as well as following tracks in a wide array of today’s most vital computing disciplines.

    Who is it good for?

    CS majors tend to be skilled at math and writing code, and like to apply computer science to solve complex computing problems.

    What can you do after?

    Graduates of Drexel's computer science undergraduate program often hold positions such as Software Developer, Web Developer, Systems Software Systems Engineer, Network Engineer and Application Analyst.

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  • Cyber Security & Information Technology Undergraduate Degree

    What do you learn?

    Drexel University’s undergraduate cybersecurity degree, the BS in Computing and Security Technology program teaches students to securely manage and operate IT infrastructure. The curriculum utilizes practical computer application work to provide students with the critical knowledge and real-world skills necessary for success.

    Who is it good for?

    Offered as a full-time on-campus bachelor's degree program or as an online, part-time degree completion program, the BSCST program is flexible enough to meet the needs of all students, from traditional undergraduates to military personnel and veterans to professionals seeking to change careers.

    What can you do after?

    Cyber security professionals are one of the top needs in all industries. Graduates hold positions such as cyber or information security analysts, security architects, or systems administrators among many others.

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  • Data Science and Analytics Undergraduate Degree

    What do you learn?

    With the explosive growth of large scale data sources in today's technology-driven world, data science can provide the unique insights for science, business and social good. Drexel CCI's Data Science bachelor's degree students learn to find meaning in oceans of data.

    Who is it good for?

    Data science majors tend to be good with quantitative analysis and like making sense out of data and presenting useful information in ways that other can understand.

    What can you do after?

    One of the fastest growing careers across every major industry, data science graduates are positioned to make meaningful impacts in any field about which they are passionate. Positions could include Data Scientist, Business Intelligence Officer, Information Architect and Usability Analyst.

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  • Information Systems Undergraduate Degree

    What do you learn?

    Drexel’s Information Systems degree teaches students how to apply technology to solve problems for organizations and individuals. The curriculum has a technical focus on high level system design, databases and human-computer interaction.

    Who is it good for?

    Information Systems majors tend to excel in bridging the gap between clients and technical staff and also like to design technical solutions to real problems.

    What can you do after?

    Graduates of the Information Systems undergraduate program hold positions such as Security Analyst, Systems Analyst, Database Architect, Data Communications Analyst, User Interface Designer, and Systems Engineer.

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  • Software Engineering Undergraduate Degree

    What do you learn?

    Drexel’s Software Engineering (BSSE) degree students learn to design and build reliable, high-quality software products. The curriculum concentrates on the application of processes, methods and tools to building and maintaining quality computer software.

    Who is it good for?

    Software engineering majors tend to be good at solving problems and writing code, and like to apply methods that allow individuals and teams to create and improve large software systems.

    What can you do after?

    Graduates of the Software Engineering undergraduate program hold positions such as Software Engineer, Software Architect, Software System Project Manager, and Software Project Team Leader.

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  • Undecided Major

    What does the Undecided Major mean?

    Freshmen students who are unsure about which CCI major they should pick can take time in their first year to explore CCI majors to find the right fit.

    Who is it good for?

    If you're interested in pursuing your undergraduate studies at the College of Computing & Informatics but you aren't ready to select a major yet, then the undecided option may be good for you.

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  • Minors in Computer Science & Information Science

    What can you do with a CCI minor?

    CCI minors have applications across a wide variety of fields and industries that depend on computer science and information technology.

    Who is it good for?

    No matter your area of study or major, a minor from the College of Computing & Informatics will give you an edge in today's tech-driven world.

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  • Accelerated Degrees in Computer Science & Technology

    Why should I consider the accelerated program?

    The CCI BS/MS accelerated degree program allows students to complete both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree along with two co-ops within the traditional five years. The program integrates the practical work experience of a Drexel undergraduate education with the credentials of a graduate degree.

    Which programs are eligible?

    Students may combine any of CCI’s BS and MS degree programs. Additional programs include the BS in Information Systems coupled with the MBA from Drexel’s LeBow College of Business, or a CCI BS degree with JD from Drexel Thomas R. Kline School of Law (6 or 7 year program).

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