The department's faculty members disseminate knowledge through teaching, publications, conference presentations, and engagement with private and public organizations and groups. They're also dedicated teachers, bringing their expertise into the classroom and challenging students to learn by doing while they build credentials and integrate disciplines. They work closely with students, whether it's through collaborative research, supervising internships, or advising them about graduate school and careers.
Bachelor of Science in Data Science
As applications of technology expand, the need for people with in-depth expertise and know-how increases. The Bachelor of Science in Data Science degree provides a program that combines traditional computer science courses with knowledge of business management and financial practices. Students can apply their technical skills in a variety of areas.
Information Systems Concentration
Students who concentrate in Information Systems can specialize in information technology management, programming, or Web and information technology security. They will learn to define problems, develop systems, construct applications and do analytics to meet a wide range of professional opportunities in the information systems and technology field.
Clubs and Organizations
Our department sponsors opportunities for students to continue their learning outside the classroom. In clubs and organizations such as the Data Science Association, Technology and Applied Analytics Club (TAAC), and Women in Technology club, students can apply concepts from their courses and develop their ability to lead and make an impact, all while forming lifelong connections.