Bachelors

BS, Computing Technology, Information Technology

Bachelor of Science in Computing Technology, Information Technology

Focusing on the latest practical technologies, the Bachelor of Arts in Computing Technology with an emphasis in Information Technology prepares students to communicate effectively, understand the economic impact on information technology and adhere to the industry's professional standard of ethics. In addition to the IT emphasis, Brandman offers alternative areas of concentration for the degree including:

BS, Computing Technology, Business Systems Administration

Bachelor of Science in Computing Technology, Business Systems Administration

Focusing on the latest practical technologies, the Bachelor of Science in Computing Technology with an emphasis in Business Systems Administration teaches students the skills needed to install, test and administrate networking systems with data security features. In addition to the Business Systems Administration emphasis, Brandman offers alternative areas of concentration for the degree including:

BA, Sociology

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology

BA, Organizational Leadership, Supply Chain Systems

Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership, Supply Chain Systems

Organizations require leaders throughout their structure in order to grow, thrive, and realize their objectives. The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Supply Chain Systems explores areas such as labor relations, project management, information systems and strategies across the supply chain.

BA, Applied Studies

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Studies

The program is designed to accommodate the different educational backgrounds of students from a variety of professions and industries. The Bachelor of Arts in Applied Studies is ideal for those who want to build upon their technical and occupational skills by customizing their degrees to directly align with their career paths. Its cross-disciplinary curriculum explores multicultural perspectives, sociological change, technological advances and leadership theories to prepare them to compete in today’s workforce.

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