Computer Information Science
Learn how to develop computer applications within the business environment of local industries using current programming languages, database programming, and other development tools.
Computer Science is far more than just programming and no other science or engineering discipline has had a greater impact in such diverse areas as commerce, communication, entertainment, finance, medicine, the social sciences, the physical sciences, and the life sciences.
A solid foundation in programming and networking, this program includes business applications, economics, accounting, and the courses students need to understand the applications and user-centric problems that their software needs to solve.
The department contains three certificates of specialization which are designed to help students who are retraining into a new career. These are primarily targeted at students who already have a Bachelor’s degree in another content area and are needing only the core courses to make them employable in a new field.