The Computer Technology (CT) program has been developed to provide training in the principles underlying the design of modern computer systems. Computers can be understood in 4 areas: hardware (a focus on the basic electronic building blocks), management (administration of databases or networked computers), maintenance (diagnosis and repair of personal computers) and software (the programming and computer science needed to control the hardware). Those interested in a career in computers or information technology can pursue a B.A or B.S in computer technology. Find out what courses are offered in these programs as well as career and continuing ed options after graduation.
Software development and computer science are moving in exciting new directions. In order to capture these movements, today’s software developer needs to stay abreast of these changes with UAT’s masters in computer science. Students in this software engineering masters degree program learn the algorithmic structures, code metaphors and programming languages being developed to capture new architectures and paradigms in software development.
What’s the difference between a degree in computer science and a degree in information technology? Find out which degree can help you find the career you want. Graduates of this nationally accredited program start careers in programming, data communications, networking, systems design, project management, sales and support. Statisticians employ advanced statistical methods to gather and analyze data. They use there analytical abilities to help solve real-world problems across various disciplines and fields. They often work as members of information technology and computer engineering teams.
ABCya’s award-winning Fifth Grade computer games and apps are conceived and realized under the direction of a certified technology education teacher, and have been trusted by parents and teachers for ten years. Featuring two television programs popular in the 1980’s and 1990’s: Computer Chronicles and Net Café, this library showcases videos about computing and technology.
The B.S. in Computer Information Technology program requires a total of 120 units, including General Education requirements, major core courses and a 15-unit sequence of elective courses referred to below as the Domain Emphasis Package. To graduate, a student must complete a minimum of 18 residency units from the list of upper division required courses listed below in addition to all other institutional residency requirements.