Choose from one-, two-, and four-year programs in computer information systems and computing science.
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This four-year program will give you a versatile set of technical skills. You'll learn networks & security, programming, web design, business skills, and more.
In the CS degree, you'll dive deep into algorithms, math, programming, and data. Its narrower focus will prepare you well for a career in software design and development.
Gain the skills to tackle the technological challenges today's businesses face. This two-year program will equip you to support single-user and networked systems.
A one-year introductory program that gives you tools to meet the needs of small companies. You'll gain the skills to work with single-user systems.
A 15-credit program that pushes your coding skills further. This program will help you move into junior front-end and back-end development, app creation, and API engineering.
More computing program options
You don't need to major in computing to gain valuable tech skills. A minor in computing science or computer information systems can be paired with other degree programs to create a high-value combo. Or consider the data analysis certificate, which combines math & statistics with the power of computing.
- Computing Science minor
- Computer Information Systems minor
- Computer Information Systems extended minor
- Data Analysis Post-baccalaureate certificate
- Applied Bioinformatics certificate