Computer science

  • The applied technology program emphasizes the practical application of business management and examines human resource development, production process planning and technological innovations.
  • The degree plan includes such areas as analog and digital circuits, computers, microprocessors, communications, microcontrollers and automation/control systems.
  • The bachelor’s degree program of study provides career-oriented computing education and concentrations in specific areas, such as software engineering or Web-centric computing.
  • Offered only at the university’s Gulf Park campus, the program prepares students for entry-level positions in a variety of software engineering/information technology industries and provides the foundation for graduate study as well.
  • The degree plan offers opportunities for students to learn about the field of electronics, computers and other areas of engineering and technology.
  • The information technology program prepares its graduates for careers in business and industry planning, implementing and supporting complex information systems.
  • The information technology program prepares its graduates for careers in business and industry planning, implementing and supporting complex information systems.
  • The B.S. in mathematics program includes courses in mathematics, computer sciences and a selected minor, preparing students for advanced study in mathematics, in other sciences or for technical opportunities in industry.
  • The program provides students the opportunity to follow a course of study leading to a B.S. in mathematics with licensure at the secondary level.
  • A B.S. degree in physics can prepare students for any career that requires analytical skills or quantitative work.
  • The physics licensure degree is intended for students who wish to teach physics at the high school level.