What can I do with a degree in computing technology?
The Bachelor of Science in Computing Technology emphasizes the foundations of Information Technology (IT) and the latest practical technologies. This program equips you for a variety of IT job roles in the areas of IT analysis and design, administration of network systems, management of information security, IT project management, and business programming.
Emphasis areas include:
- Information Technology
- Business Systems Administration
- Project Management
- Nonprofit Organizations
- Government Agencies
- Health Agencies
- Colleges & Universities
- Computer Forensics
- Chief Technology Officer
- Computer Information Systems
- Software Developer
- Computer Networking
- Web Developer
- Database Administration
- Web Designer
- Educational Technology
- Graphic Design and Multimedia
- Help Desk Technician
- IT Analyst
- IT Designers
- IT Project Management
- IT Support
- Network System Administrators
- Information Security Analysts
- Information Security Managers
- Project Managers
*The above lists are possible fields and occupations representative, but not exclusive or limited to, employment options for a Business Administration major. Some positions listed require additional training, education (master’s degree), certification, licensure, and/or experience prior to job eligibility.
Skills Needed for Computing Technology Majors
- Written & Verbal Communication
- Problem Solving
- Project Management
- Explanation of Technical Concepts in non-technical language
Professional Associations for Computing Technology Majors
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Additional Computing Technology Resources
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