The College of Applied Science and Technology (CAST) majors feature a common core of courses that develop writing, math, analysis, ethics, and critical thinking skills and include a senior capstone experience.
Choose between the Information Management, Digital Design, Software Development, and System Administration Tracks. Each features unique, program-specific courses and learning opportunities. All are offered fully online with instructor-optioned video conferencing and face-to-face components.
Gain the skills to pursue a career in a wide variety of government, private, and public organizations, including military, finance, retail, education, and manufacturing. Upon graduation, you'll become a candidate for a broad range of employment opportunities that include: project manager, researcher, interface designer, data analyst, systems administrator, and information manager.
In this track, you will explore how physical computer systems function and what it takes to keep them performing at peak efficiency. Principles covered include network security, system analysis, and cloud computing.
Acquire the skills to plan, coordinate, and manage computer-centric projects and initiatives. Principles covered include user interaction, web programming, and database management.
Our Informatics track will help you develop the know-how and problem-solving skills to answer training, research and program design challenges in an ever changing world. Principles covered include network security, system analysis, interface design and cloud computing.