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Computer Systems Technology

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Systems Technology curriculum offers a blend of computer systems and information technology that creates a well-rounded professional who knows how to think analytically, assess and diagnose organizational problems, and select the best solution. It will enable students to design, create and manage modern information systems and employ technologies to solve complex problems in organizations.

Students will learn:
  • A thorough understanding of the technical knowledge, research findings, skills and methodologies encompassing computers, communications and software, with an emphasis on technology and information systems
  • How to design, create and manage modern information systems and employ technologies to solve complex problems in organizations
  • An understanding of computer systems and information technology that creates a well-rounded professional who knows how to think analytically, assess and diagnose organizational problems and select the best solution

On a national level, the demand for information specialists is expected to grow faster than average, up to 30 percent by 2018. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the regional demand for computer software engineers, computer specialists, computer systems analysts, and network and systems administrators is projected to grow anywhere between 11-50 percent over a ten-year period. That makes computer systems and technology a career with a great future.