Degree

Computer and Information Technologies – Baccalaureate degree 120-121 Credit Hours

Major Description

The Bachelor of Applied Technology Degree (BAT)in Computer and Information Technologies (CIT)will prepare students for successful careers in the field of CIT. Coursework is balanced between theoretical and technical competencies associated with the CIT profession to prepare graduates for a number of demands placed on CIT professionals. The degree is designed to educate and train students with relevant, technical knowledge of CIT practice to provide solutions for real-world problems as well as to provide technical support for computer-based information systems. Technology-oriented coursework with an emphasis on computer application of those technologies will form the core requirements for this program.

The program’s objectives will offer academic development in a number of ways. The program will include a required capstone course that will enhance the educational experience and employment potential for students. The program will also include a strong professional component to develop skills in technical communication, ethics, and group work. Students graduating from the program will be prepared to enter the private sector as well as continue their education in a graduate program.

Work Environment

The BAT degree in Computer & Information Technologies will prepare students for successful careers in the field of CIT. Coursework is balanced between theoretical and technical competencies associated with the CIT profession to prepare graduates for a number of demands placed on CIT professionals. Students graduating from the program will be prepared to enter the private sector as well as continue their education in a graduate program.

Potential Job Titles

  • Computer Programmers
  • Programmer Analyst
  • Software Engineers
  • Computer and Information Scientist
  • Computer Hardware Engineers
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Computer User Support Specialist
  • Computer Operators
  • Desktop Publishers
  • Application Programmers
  • Computer Support Specialist
  • Information Security Coordinator
  • Network and Computer Systems Administrators
  • Web Developers
  • Database Administrators
  • Software Developers, Applications
  • Web Administrators
  • Project Manager

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