BA Programs in Engineering & Technology

Compare 59 Bachelors of Arts in Engineering & Technology

Engineering & Technology

Many students intending to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Engineering and Technology choose to explore a program that provides a comprehensive core with a focus on different branches of engineering. In fact, obtaining a degree in this field gives individuals the infrastructure needed to contribute their highly specialized skills and knowledge. In this way, they can design and manufacture products to meet demands of our increasingly high-tech world.

What is a BA in Engineering and Technology? A bachelor degree in engineering and technology equips students academically with a quality education with emphasis in the expanding fields of mechanical design, information technology, network security, digital forensics, and construction design. Courses vary but the in-depth study of science and math focuses on application and theory, allowing students to build research skills, design experiments, collect data, and interpret results.

There are numerous reasons that students choose to enroll in the program. For instance, students can prepare for the career they desire with the requisite skills, training, and experience that leads to more job security, more prospects, and increased earnings potential. Additionally, they are assured of gaining the practical and theoretical knowledge they need, along with decision-making, problem-solving, and analytical skills sought after by employers.

The cost of the program varies depending on the particular institution and the length. Typically the course curriculum lasts between one and three years. For that reason, it is important that prospective students research the school thoroughly to ensure the courses offered align with their career goals.

Individuals who enroll in the program find themselves in demand for a variety of competitive positions upon graduation, such as an engineer, a research scientist, computer science technician, software developer, and construction manager.

There are international options for the program from various universities. Online courses are an ideal opportunity for those individuals who live in remote areas with limited access to a college and for those who require a flexible schedule. To get started with a course, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Bachelor in Communication

William Peace University
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Raleigh

Learn the skills needed to become an Emmy Award-winning journalist, or make waves with your designs, ideas, and digital media [+]

BAs in Engineering & Technology. The Communications program at William Peace University will enable you to channel your creativity into a fulfilling career by cultivating your ability to analyze, understand and interact with the world around you. Are you a lover of language and the written word? Do you think conceptually and enjoy turning ideas into messages? A hallmark of the WPU communication program is the careful blend of theory, skill development and experiential learning designed to provide a comprehensive foundation in the field. Valuable real-world experience is carefully integrated into the curriculum, taking the form of community-based client projects, service learning initiatives and documentary fieldwork to help you develop personally and professionally, and to build important career contacts. Through your BA in Communication, your skills in innovative thinking and written and oral communication will set you apart in today’s job market. At Peace, we prepare students not just to get jobs but also to create them. Our graduates have gone on to careers in technology, public relations, marketing and social media — carving out their own niches in exciting industries. Bachelor of Arts in Communication Liberal Education Curriculum 49 credit hours Communication Core Courses 24 credit hours Communication Concentration 12 credit hours General Electives 35 credit hours Total credit hours for the B.A. in Communication 120 credit hours Communication and media students study the various ways in which communication serves to inform, persuade, entertain and control. Students also develop technical and professional writing skills, working with deadlines and effective speaking. Graduates go on to work in various careers, including technical writing, public relations, television production and media coordination. [-]

BSc (Hons) in Computing Science

Griffith College
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 Ireland Dublin Limerick Cork + 3 more

Prepare for your career in this fast growing industry. Learn about latest technological developments, gain practical work experience & specialise in one of four emerging areas [+]

Prepare for your career in this fast growing industry. Learn about latest technological developments, gain practical work experience & specialise in one of four emerging areas. If you’d like an exciting and varied career in one of the fastest growing industries in the world, then one of our undergraduate computer science degrees is ideal for you. Learn more about the latest technological developments in the IT industry and you’ll also complete a work placement as part of the course - adding valuable practical experience to what you learn in class. About the Course This 4-year Honours degree programme provides students with a thorough understanding of the key principles of computer science. You’ll obtain highly sought after skills and be ready to avail of the many job opportunities in the industry, including Games Development, Software Development, Network Management and Cloud Computing. On this course, you’ll get to work on interesting software development projects, which have a strong industry focus. The projects will help support the theoretical content taught in class. Industry Work Placement In Year 3, you’ll undertake a 6-month work placement in the computing industry. This invaluable opportunity sets you up for your final year and your future career. Potential employers find this really attractive as you’ll have relevant industry experience and a reference on your CV when you finish your degree. Year 4 Specialisms In Year 4, you will choose a speciality: Cloud Computing, Network Management, Games Development or Software Development. You’ll have broad experience of Computing Science whilst also fast-tracking your skills to start your career in either the Irish or international IT industry. Career Prospects An Honours degree in Computing Science from Griffith College gives you the opportunity to get a solid grounding in this area, get real-life practical work experience and specialise in one of four exciting areas. Graduates from this course are working as assistant software project leaders, computer technology consultants, MIS (Management Information Systems) personnel, software engineers, system analysts, and applications programmers across a wide range of industries. Many graduates also go on to start their own companies. Structure This is a four year full-time course. In your third year, you’ll complete a six-month work placement gaining practical experience. In your fourth year. you will specialise in one of four streams - you’ll choose from Cloud Computing, Games Development, Network Management or Software Development. Here is more detail on the modules covered in each year: Year 1 Core Subjects Business Information Systems Computer Hardware Computer Programming Client Side Web Development Effective Learning and Development Foundations of Computing Systems Software Year 2 Core Subjects Data Structures & Algorithm Linear Algebra Operating System Design Server Side Web Development Object Oriented Programming Probability & Statistics Relational Databases Systems Analysis & Design Year 3 Core Subjects HCI & GUI Programming Introduction to Formal Design Networks & Data Communications Programming Paradigms Work Placement Year 4 Core Subjects Depending on your chosen speciality - you’ll follow one of four streams: Cloud Computing Stream - Advanced Network Theory, Concurrent Programming, Cloud Services & Platforms, Distributed Systems, Emerging Technologies, Web Frameworks, Managing Big Data Development Project Games Development Stream - Computer Graphics, Concurrent Programming, Development Project, Games Design, Artificial Intelligence for Games, Games Engines, Games Development Software Development Stream - Concurrent Programming, Development Project, Managing Big Data, Distributed Systems, Emerging Technologies, Web Frameworks, Formal Specifications Network Management Stream - Concurrent Programming, Development Project, Network Security, Distributed Systems, Network Design and Administration, Practical Networking Entry Requirements CAO application process - 2 H5 and 4 O6/H7 grades, to include a language (English, Irish or other language) and maths or equivalent. Mature Students (Over 23 years old), Part Time Applicants and Applicants for Advanced Entry - Your application will be reviewed by our Admissions team and they will be in contact with you directly. Fees Campus: Cork Study Mode: Full Time EU living Ireland: EUR 3,750.00 EU living Abroad: EUR 6,000.00 Non EU living Ireland: EUR 7,000.00 Non EU living Abroad: EUR 8,000.00 Campus: Dublin Study Mode: Full Time EU living Ireland: EUR 4,750.00 EU living Abroad: EUR 6,500.00 Non EU living Ireland: EUR 9,400.00 Non EU living Abroad: EUR 9,400.00 Study Mode: Part Time Fee: EUR 4,150.00 Campus: Limerick Study Mode: Full-Time EU living Ireland: EUR 4,075.00 EU living Abroad: EUR 4,075.00 Non EU living Ireland: EUR 5,600.00 How to Apply Applicants under 23 years of age on 1st of January, 2016 must apply through the CAO system www.cao.ie. Please consult the CAO website for information on important dates for 2016 applications. Applicants over 23 years of age on 1st January, 2016 (Mature Students) or Part-Time Applicants must apply directly. Mature students will be asked for a copy of their passport and applications should be made before the 21st September 2016. Part-time Applicants that are under 23 years on Jan 1st 2016 will be asked for a copy of their passport, Leaving Certificate results / FETAC qualifications or equivalent and must meet the minimum entry requirements for the programme. [-]

BA in Electronic Information Engineering

Nanjing University Of Posts And Telecommunications
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 China Nanjing

BA in Electronic Information Engineering [+]

BAs in Engineering & Technology. The Requirements of Educational Background 1. For those who pursue a bachelor's degree, the applicant must have a high school diploma, excellent performance during high school period, and good health. In principle, not older than 25 years of age. 2. For those who pursue a master's degree, the applicant must have a related bachelor degree, excellent performance during undergraduate study, and good health. In principle, not older than 35 years of age. 3. For those who pursue a doctor's degree, the applicant must have a related master degree, excellent performance during graduate study, and good health. In principle, not older than 40 years of age. The Language Requirements Undergraduate and graduate admission should meet requirements of IELTS or TOEFL. If the applicant has no corresponding certificate, he/she can participate in language training, and could start the professional learning phase after passing the training. The Application Materials 1. NUPT application form 2. high school graduation certificate; 3. high school transcript; 4. passport; 5. passport-sized photo. Admission Procedures 1. NUPT will issue the applicant a scanned pre-admission letter if he/she is qualified,and he/she needs pay the accomadation fee(4000rmb),application fee(400) and insurance fee(600),altogher 5000rmb in advance in due 10 days,then NUPT will issue the "admission notice" and JW202 to the applicant.About the scholarship, for the new students,all of them can get first level scholarship (TUITION FREE) for the first year,for more information on scholarship,check "NUPT International Student Scholarship Management Regulations". 2. The admitted applicant should go to The People's Republic of China embassy (consulate) to apply to study in China (X1) visa with admission notice and JW202 form. 3. The admitted student should carry “Admission Notice of NUPT International Students”, “FOREIGNER PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FORM” (The table is only valid for six months, the applicant is advised to do physical examination in April-July), the original highest certificate,transcript and ten passport-sized photos to register in Department of International Cooperation & Exchanges of NUPT in accordance with the stipulated time on “Admission Notice of NUPT International Students”. Housing Introduction Young Teachers Apartment Building 10, Xianlin Campus Accommodation Fee: 4000 RMB/yearfor one student living in a double room. If the PhD student wants to live alone in a double room, the fee will be doubled. Application Mode and the Application Time 1. Application materials should be sent scanned copies to the above e-mail,and the word-format application form is preferred. 2. Application deadline is May 31 of each year. [-]

Higher Education

Sussex Coast College Hastings
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 3 years August 2017 United Kingdom Hastings + 1 more

Sussex Coast College Hastings runs in conjunction with the University of Brighton and Edexcel to deliver Degree and other Higher Education courses. [+]

Sussex Coast College Hastings runs in conjunction with the University of Brighton and Edexcel to deliver Degree and other Higher Education courses. What is Higher Education? Higher Education is the stage that follows Further Education and is generally offered at a college or university. These courses are spread over two or three years for full-time students, or longer if you select a part-time pathway. What we can offer you Hastings is a very attractive place to study. There are many local events and a quirky, lively, community-focused atmosphere. Our Higher Education students regularly win national and international awards, gain excellent work experience and find employment in relevant professional sectors. We offer quality student accommodation, available across the town. There are also rooms available in the University of Brighton Hastings halls of residence. Most of our courses are delivered as part of the University of Brighton, making Sussex Coast College Hastings students University of Brighton students too. Therefore studying with us grants you access to an impressive range of resources and support systems. We offer these qualifications Higher National Certificate (HNC) - equivalent to one year of a National Diploma, usually undertaken on a part-time basis and is appropriate for students who are working in the industry. Higher National Diploma (HND) - a modular vocational qualification, usually run over two years with no exams. An HND is equivalent to two years of a degree. Foundation Degree (FdA) - gives you skills that are valuable in the employment market. The course is usually two years or longer if you select a part-time pathway. Employers are often involved, providing work-based experience and professional practice. Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA Hons) - three year full degree course. You will be required to submit a dissertation at the end of your studies to qualify for this award. A successful interview is required for entry onto this course. Top-Up Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA Hons) - allows you to convert your FdA into a full degree. You will be required to submit a dissertation at the end of your studies to qualify for this award. A successful interview is required for entry onto this course. Postgraduate Teacher Education (PGCE / Cert Ed) - this qualification is for students who work, or want to work in post 14/16 education. This qualification is also widely recognised as the gold standard for teaching. In these course areas Art and Design Accounting and Business Computing Construction Engineering Health and Social Care Hospitality Sport and Fitness Teaching Entry requirements - HNC/D - Level 3 qualifications or equivalent and IELTS 5.5 in writing or equivalent - Foundation Degrees / Level 3 qualifications or equivalent and IELTS 6.5 [-]

BA in Computer Science

Wartburg College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Waverly

If you have a passion for challenging course work, practical applications, and problem solving, a Bachelor of Arts degree in computer science or computer information systems may be great option. [+]

BAs in Engineering & Technology. If you have a passion for challenging course work, practical applications, and problem solving, a Bachelor of Arts degree in computer science or computer information systems may be great option. You will discover a strong interrelationship among mathematics, computer science, and physics, reflecting the faculty’s longstanding focus on helping student find the right program for their skills and interests. The department merges course work with laboratory activities, practical internships, and opportunities for teaching and leadership. Courses emphasize in-depth group activities, enabling you to tackle challenging projects while developing your interpersonal communication skills. These experiences will provide a solid foundation for future employment or graduate study. Wartburg supports and encourages undergraduate research and design projects utilizing innovative technology, including virtual reality displays and 3-D visualization software. Program Fast Facts The computer science program recognizes the growing and pervasive use of computers and believes that liberal arts colleges are the correct place to explore the function and use of computers. Such study stimulates students’ intellectual development, encourages critical thinking, and teaches analytical evaluation and quantification of observations. Students will develop a coherent and broad-based understanding of the discipline of computer science, including an appreciation for its intellectual depth and for its abstract issues. Students will be prepared to apply their knowledge to produce computer solutions to problems large and small. Students will confront the ethical and social issues associated with the computing field and be prepared to face the personal ethical challenges of the discipline. Students will learn to work and communicate effectively with their peers through group projects and through assignments emphasizing oral and written communication skills. Students will be prepared for success in the computing profession or in graduate school in accordance with their personal ability and goals. Alumni Outcomes Wartburg graduates find satisfying jobs and are admitted into top graduate and professional schools. Wartburg alumni can be found in all 50 U.S. states and over 70 foreign countries. Below is only a sample of the types of positions Wartburg graduates from the Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics Department have had in the past. Sample of Alumni Positions from the Past Five Years: Computer Store Manager, University of Minnesota Bookstore, Minneapolis, Minn. IT Analyst, Credit Suisse, New York, N.Y. Mathematics Teacher, Charles City Community School District, Charles City Web Developer, Emerson Process Management, Marshalltown Product Engineer, John Deere, Waterloo Graduate Student – Physics Sample of Stand-out Alumni Positions: Chairman and CEO, Tanner Research, Inc., Monrovia, Calif. Co-Founder/Owner, Fresk, LLC, Des Moines Chief of Research and Development, Airport Authority of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand Professor of Mathematics, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa. Chief Operating Officer, Atomic Data Center, Minneapolis, Minn. CS Requirements 14 course credits: CS 120 Introduction to Computers and Programming CS 220 Object-Oriented Programming and Introduction to Data Structures CS 230 Organization of Programming Languages CS 270 Software Engineering CS 320 Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis CS 340 Computer Organization CS 360 Operating Systems CS 460 Systems Design Project CS 461 Perspectives in Computer Science MA 250 Applied Calculus MA 303 Discrete Structures One MA course credit at the 200 level or higher excluding MA 312, MA 371, and MA 461 Two CS course credits Science Center The Science Center, completed in 2004, represents an expansion and renovation that doubled the size of Wartburg’s science facilities to over 110,000 square feet. The building is designed for hands-on learning and close interaction among students and faculty. Lecture rooms and laboratories, all with Internet access, provide state-of-the-art facilities for biology, chemistry, engineering science, physics, mathematics, and computer science classes. The Science Center houses four computer laboratories, a greenhouse, animal facilities, molecular biology and biochemistry suite with a cell culture room, cadaver room, indoor stream facility, student/faculty research areas, and a variety of informal student study areas. Equipment also includes three mobile computer labs, a scanning electron microscope, fluorescent microscopes, atomic absorption spectrophotometer, Fourier transform infrared spectrometer, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer, and research electromagnet. A cardio/CP stress test system is available in the Wartburg-Waverly Sports and Wellness Center. [-]

BA in Computer Science

Cardinal Stritch University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Milwaukee

The Computer Science major gives students knowledge and skills necessary for the 21st century technology-centered workplace. Hands-on experience with appropriate technologies is integral to the computer science program. [+]

The Computer Science major gives students knowledge and skills necessary for the 21st century technology-centered workplace. Hands-on experience with appropriate technologies is integral to the computer science program. In many of the Computer Science courses students work in teams to solve larger problems. In this way, they develop skills for working on project teams, which is valuable experience for careers. Computer Science majors are strongly advised to get job-related experience through computer projects and/or internships that take place in the world beyond the classroom. Because concepts in computer science are deeply rooted in mathematics, Computer Science majors are advised to complete the calculus requirement early in their program. Teacher certification in Computer Science is available at the Early Adolescence/Adolescence (grades 9–12) level. Degree Requirements Program Credits: 43 Required Courses CS 212, 213, 305, 306, 315, 361, 401, 402, 407, and 415. Required mathematics course: MT 210. At least nine credits of additional elective courses, chosen with faculty guidance, are required to complete the major. These electives may be chosen to complete one or more concentrations. Concentrations currently recognized by the department include: Web Application Development (CS 230, CS 240, CS 330), Game Development (CS 118, CS 250, CS 405), and Computational Modeling (MT 211, MT 365, MT 410). Check with the department for the complete list. Required Auxiliary Courses: - Additional Information An internship experience of at least two credits (CS 402) is required. CS 401 is a capstone course in the major that is normally taken in the last semester (or last year) of upper‐division course work in the major. CS 401 is offered annually in the spring, so December graduates must take this in the spring before their last semester. Students intending to pursue a major in computer science are encouraged to take CS 118 as their first computer science course and those who are planning to go on to further study are strongly encouraged to take MT 211. All computer science majors are encouraged to take a minor in a supporting field such as mathematics. Courses CS 107 - Introduction to Computer Science CS 118 - Principles of Interactive Media CS 212 - Structured Programming CS 213 - Object-Oriented Programming CS 215 - Selected Topics CS 230 - Web Page Creation CS 235 - Social Networks: Behind the Scenes CS 240 - Visual Programming CS 250 - Game Programming CS 304 - CAD and Digital Fabrication CS 305 - Computer Architecture CS 306 - Data Structures CS 315 - Discrete Mathematical Structures CS 330 - Advanced Web Topics CS 361 - Network and Telecommunications CS 390 - Technology Projects CS 400 - Independent Study CS 401 - Seminar CS 402 - Computer Science Internship CS 405 - Advanced Interactive Software Implementation CS 407 - Database Management Systems CS 415 - Systems Analysis and Design [-]

BA in Computer Information Technology

Northern Arizona University
Online Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Flagstaff + 1 more

The program is designed to provide the foundational skills for continuous learning and to adapt to the fast changing information technology environment. This program also includes competency-based and hands-on learning modules to enhance acquired business skills. Parts of the curriculum are designed around highly valued certifications. Students will also augment their IT skills with the social, verbal and intercultural business skills demanded by today’s work environments. [+]

BAs in Engineering & Technology. The program is designed to provide the foundational skills for continuous learning and to adapt to the fast changing information technology environment. This program also includes competency-based and hands-on learning modules to enhance acquired business skills. Parts of the curriculum are designed around highly valued certifications. Students will also augment their IT skills with the social, verbal and intercultural business skills demanded by today’s work environments. What Can I Do with a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Information Technology? This major is designed for students who are interested in beginning a new career or advancing a current one in the field of information technology. The program provides students with hands-on experience in the latest technologies, skills and knowledge toward common IT certifications, and the communication and business skills necessary for career advancement. Career opportunities that might be pursued: Business Analyst IT Project Manager Technical Program Manager Systems Administrator Database Administrator IT Security Analyst Network Administrator Programmer Analyst Web Technician and Administrator Software Technician With further education, one of these paths is possible: IT Manager/Director Network Infrastructure Engineer IT Security Engineer / Firewall Engineer Enterprise Architect/IT Senior Programmer Technical Professor Web Developer Software Developer University Requirements To receive a bachelor's degree at Northern Arizona University, you must complete at least 120 units of credit that minimally includes a major, the liberal studies requirements, and university requirements as listed below. All of Northern Arizona University's requirements. All requirements for your specific academic plan(s). At least 30 units of upper-division courses, which may include transfer work. At least 30 units of coursework taken through Northern Arizona University, of which at least 18 must be upper-division courses (300-level or above). This requirement is not met by credit-by-exam, retro-credits, transfer coursework, etc. A cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 on all work attempted at Northern Arizona University. Campus Availability Personalized Learning [-]

Audio Production

American University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Washington

American University offers students the opportunity to earn both undergraduate and graduate degrees through its combined bachelor's/master's programs. See Combined Bachelor's and Master's Degrees for more information. [+]

Offered by the Department of Performing Arts, College of Arts and Sciences. Admission to the Program Formal admission to the program requires a grade point average of 2.00 (on a 4.00 scale) and departmental approval. 120 credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or better Completion of college writing requirement Completion of university mathematics requirement General Education Requirements A total of ten courses, consisting of two courses from each of the five foundational areas At least one course from Area Five: The Natural and Mathematical Sciences must include a laboratory science component No more than two courses may be taken in the same discipline Major Requirements 59 credit hours with grades of C or better Course Requirements Core (34-39 credit hours) ATEC-101 Fundamentals of Audio Technology (3) (3) ATEC-102 Audio Technology Laboratory (1) (1) ATEC-301 Digital Audio Workstations I (3) (3) ATEC-311 Sound Studio Techniques I (4) (4) ATEC-321 Sound Synthesis I (3) (3) ATEC-401 Digital Audio Workstations II (3) (3) ATEC-403 Production Mixing and Mastering (3) (3) ATEC-411 Sound-Studio Techniques II (4) (4) ATEC-421 Sound Synthesis II (3) (3) ATEC-431 Studio Management (3) (3) ATEC-441 Business of the Audio Industry (3) (3) ATEC-450 Audio Technology Capstone (1-6) (1-6) Electives (10 credit hours) Complete 10 credit hours from the following or other courses with the approval of the department: ATEC-491 Internship (1-6) (1-6) PHYS-300 Acoustics (3) (3) PHYS-310 Electronics (4) (4) Area of Specialization (15 credit hours) Complete 15 credit hours from an area of specialization, either communication or music: Communication COMM-100 Understanding Media FA4 (3) (3) COMM-105 Visual Literacy FA1 (3) (3) COMM-300 Interpersonal Communication (3) (3) COMM-330 Principles of Photography (3) (3) COMM-331 Film and Video Production I (3) (3) COMM-434 Film and Video Production II (3) (3) COMM-438 Production Practicum (1-3) (1-3) (topics) Music PERF-124 Music Theory I (3) (3) PERF-125 Music Theory II (3) (3) PERF-126 Musicianship I (3) (3) PERF-127 Musicianship II (3) (3) PERF-224 Music Theory III (3) (3) PERF-320 History of Rock Music (3) (3) PERF-321 Evolution of Jazz and Blues (3) (3) PERF-322 History of Music I: From Antiquity to 1750 (3) (3) PERF-323 History of Music II: From 1750 to the Present (3) (3) PERF-325 Counterpoint (3) (3) Combined Bachelor's and Master's Degrees American University offers students the opportunity to earn both undergraduate and graduate degrees through its combined bachelor's/master's programs. See Combined Bachelor's and Master's Degrees for more information. [-]

Computer Science

International University Alliance
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Boston

The Department of Computer Science balances the practical and theoretical aspects of computer science and provides students with a background for professional employment or further graduate study in the discipline. [+]

BAs in Engineering & Technology. Computer Science The Department of Computer Science balances the practical and theoretical aspects of computer science and provides students with a background for professional employment or further graduate study in the discipline. Our graduates move on to a wide range of careers that includes software development and design, multimedia computing, artificial intelligence and computer vision, and other technical computing professions. Our programs include a BS in computer science and a minor in computer science. As a student in our department, you will: Master state-of-the-art technologies necessary to keep pace with this rapidly changing field. Receive individual attention in classes with fewer than 20 students. Conduct research and complete independent studies with faculty members actively researching a variety of fields, including: artificial intelligence, scientific computing, databases and knowledge discovery, computer architecture, computational geometry, and computer vision. Obtain internships and utilize resources at the various high-tech companies and government agencies in the Washington, D.C., area, including: IBM, Mellon Bank, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and a variety of nonprofit organizations and start-up companies Computer Science (BS) Admission to the Program Formal admission to the major requires a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 (on a 4.00 scale) and departmental approval. 120 credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or better Completion of college writing requirement Completion of university mathematics requirement General Education Requirements A total of ten courses, consisting of two courses from each of the five foundational areas At least one course from Area Five: The Natural and Mathematical Sciences must include a laboratory science component No more than two courses may be taken in the same discipline Major Requirements 55 credit hours with grades of C or better [-]

BA in Product Manager

Cracow University of Economics
Campus Full time 7 semesters October 2017 Poland Kraków

Short information: 7 semester engineering programme puts a large emphasis on product innovation and adaptation to consumer's needs and expectations; the course educates and prepares students for management (design) of product according to market needs and innovative solutions for the enterprise market behavior; with multi-disciplinary knowledge, graduates will be able to manage the... [+]

Short information: 7 semester engineering programme puts a large emphasis on product innovation and adaptation to consumer's needs and expectations; The course educates and prepares students for management (design) of product according to market needs and innovative solutions for the enterprise market behavior; With multi-disciplinary knowledge, graduates will be able to manage the production process - from a product design, through the entire life cycle, to its appropriate recycling or disposal; Year I, semester I Foreign language I Foreign language II Sports Microeconomics Basics of law Mathematics Physics Chemistry Industrial processes engineering Engineering gaphics Year I, semester II 1. Foreign language I 2. Foreign language II 3. Sports 4. Macroeconomics 5. Basics of organization and management 6. Statistics 7. Information technology 8. Technology 9. Sensory analysis 10. Organisation of production systems Year II, semester III 1. Foreign language I 2. Foreign language II 3. Strategic management 4. Basics of accounting 5. Statistical Process Control 6. Microbiology 7. Quality Management 8. Packaging science 9. Sociology Year II, semester IV 1. Foreign language I 2. Foreign language II 3. Environmental protection 4. Logistics 5. Food Commodity Science 6. Industrial Commodity Science 7. Quality Management 8. Marketing Year III, semester V 1. Foreign language I 2. Foreign language II 3. Diploma seminar 4. Foreign Trade Science 5. Marketing Research Methods 6. Good's Storage 7. Documentation and Audit of Quality Systems 8. Business Law Year III, semester VI 1. Course to choose I 2. Course to choose II 3. Diploma Seminar 4. Market Analysis 5. Innovation & Product Design 6. Brand Management 7. Four-week practice Year IV, semester VII 1. Course to choose 2. Diploma Seminar 3. Analysis of Information on Products 4. Intellectual Property [-]

Bachelor in Aviation Management (for EU students)

IUBH School of Business and Management (for EU students)
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Germany Bad Honnef

The Aviation Management programme teaches you the core issues of business administration in the aviation industry. In 2001,we were one of the first European universities to introduce a study programme in aviation management... [+]

Scholarships available for EU students until January 2017!

Aviation Management - More than just flying! Take customers to their destination on time in the fastest, safest and most convenient way. The Aviation Management programme teaches you the core issues of business administration in the aviation industry. In 2001,we were one of the first European universities to introduce a study programme in aviation management. The programme's strong academic focus and its practical components have repeatedly received praise from the industry. Aviation Management Degree: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Duration: 6 semesters ECTS-Credits: 180 Language: English Studies: full-time Internship: 1 semester Study abroad: 1 semester (optional) Campus: Bad Honnef Intakes: Spring & Autumn Your benefits at IUBH Besides general business management, you will learn the characteristics, regulations and mechanisms of the aviation industry. Research and project work help to deepen and intensify your knowledge. By the time you graduate, you will have an excellent academic education and a perfect starting point for an international aviation career. Faculty with proven international experience Instruction in small, international groups Theory and practice linked through case studies and projects with international organisations Development of key social, professional and intercultural skills Access to extensive industry contacts for internships and career, including information and networking programmes A professional edge through an extensive, optional foreign language programme Our language of instruction is English, our atmosphere is international and our programmes make students highly employable. Our international professors use their practical experience to teach aviation management through case studies, project work and theory. Flying Bachelor - Study 'n' Fly Do you want to experience the aviation industry from the cockpit? No problem! We offer a dual apprenticeship in cooperation with the Air Alliance Flight Center GmbH. It lets you obtain an airline transport pilot`s license in connection with the bachelor degree. Awards and recognitions The IUBH programmes meet the highest demands of the industry. The following accreditations guarantee their quality. [-]

BA in Computing (Top-up) [Barnet & Southgate]

University of Bolton
Campus Full time 36 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom London

This is an exciting opportunity to gain a formal qualification in computing. The BSc. (Honours) Computing, Top Up year with Bolton University, is designed to develop both academic skills and the skills required for employment in the computer industry... [+]

Computing (Top-up) - BA (Hons) [Barnet & Southgate] This is an exciting opportunity to gain a formal qualification in computing. The BSc. (Honours) Computing, Top Up year with Bolton University, is designed to develop both academic skills and the skills required for employment in the computer industry. What qualifications or experience do I need ? Minimum entry requirements HND Diploma Computing or Foundation Degree Computing or completed successfully first two years of computing in a recognised UK university. What will I study ? All students will study: Professional Issues in Computing, Major Project, Web Application Project Management, Advanced Database Systems, Web & Systems Based Programming. How will I be assessed ? Assessment will be through: Practical coursework, written assignments, Project work, Time Constrained Assignments What qualifications could I achieve ? On successful completion of this course, students will achieve a BSc (Honours) Computing from Bolton University. What can the course lead to ? Students will progress to employment. How do I join the course ? Application or call course information for more details Will I need an interview ? Yes Are there any extra costs for equipment/materials ? Students will be required to purchase text books for this course. Further Information We aim to run this course over 3 days per week full time, or 1 afternoon and evening part-time [-]

BA in Computer Generated Animation

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Rome
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Italy Rome

The course of first level academic diploma in Computer Generated Animation forms a professional specialized in the creation, modeling and animation of objects, characters, environments and effects, completely created with 3D technology. The course has as its goal to form creative individuals who have a solid preparation in the historical –critical and cultural aspects, the capacity of analysis and scientific knowhow, and the flexibility necessary to work in production teams of different types. [+]

BAs in Engineering & Technology. THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ITALIAN Ideation, realization and management of digital products and interactive media, with particular attention to the entertainment industry: cinema, video games, animation, virtual-design. The course forms a professional figure specialized in the use of new digital technologies, able to operate in different directions, in particular those roles associated with creating new ideas (Game Designer, Director, Art Director), including production (Producer), communication and marketing (Public Relations, Marketing Manager) and visualization (Modeler, Animator, 2D and 3D Artist). A professional who combines creative skills with a solid base in historical-critical fields and culture, capacity of analysis and scientific knowhow, and the flexibility necessary to work in production teams of different types. These qualities are required in various fields, in which the needs of communication, production and technical limitations all converge. The first year of the course of Videogame deals with the fundamentals, in which one learns about the techniques, the basic tools and the methodology necessary in order to take on the phases of ideation, project design and the realization of a three dimensional image, in addition to projects and works of animation. The cultural disciplines are taught alongside those of a technical and theoretic nature, in order to give the student a solid base to be able to later take on the complexity of the profession. Special attention is given also to the tools necessary for the presentation of projects. During the second year the study plan foresees acquiring knowledge of specific technical tools such as: techniques of direction, the design of characters, objects and scenery, the techniques and the intricacies of animation. This knowledge is used to acquire specialized competencies in three principle areas: animation, game/interactivity and visual effects. The learning activities for the second year are divided into three specific areas. The strict connection between the disciplines of the same area allow for the making of articulated projects, favoring the contact with professionals coming from different roles. The student of Videogame therefore gains greater professional knowledge and improves his / her specific competencies in different fields. The third year is dedicated to the specialization and the study of all those elements which help to better complete a multimedia product in a Videogame project. In addition to the projects, the course looks into the disciplines of a historical-critical nature as well as the basic tools and techniques: social studies, economics, management, software tools to build the project, and technical production knowledge. The thesis project represents a fundamental learning experience of the three year course, in which the student puts into use all of his / her cultural experience, design and technical abilities matured during the three years and foresees the organization of study and work groups around a complex design problem, under conditions which simulate a professional situation. The course is accredited by MIUR as an Academic Diploma of the First Level. [-]

Bachelor in Game Development

Academy of Art University
Campus or Online Full time 4 years September 2017 USA San Francisco

The Game Development BFA gives a well-rounded education in the arts with an emphasis on understanding and applying techniques including 3D modeling, animation and lighting in video game production. [+]

The Game Development BFA gives a well-rounded education in the arts with an emphasis on understanding and applying techniques including 3D modeling, animation and lighting in video game production. Students graduate with a solid grasp of the fundamental game art principles, including knowledge of game engine technology and pre-production and production environments. BFA Game Development Unit Requirements Major Coursework Core 36 units Major 42 units Electives 9 units Liberal Arts 45 units TOTAL 132 units BFA Game Development Degree Requirements Minimum grade of C- in all core courses, major courses, and LA 108 Composition for the Artist Minimum 2.0 GPA and the following general education requirements: 3 Written Communication courses 4 Art Historical Awareness courses 1 Employment Communications and Practices course 1 Historical Awareness course 1 Quantitative Literacy course 1 Cultural Ideas & Influences course After above general education requirements are met, take Liberal Arts electives as needed to fulfill the Liberal Arts unit requirement. BFA Program Learning Outcomes Undergraduate students will meet the following student performance criteria: Visual Communication Integrate objects, environments, characters, and props into a cohesive game experience Use appropriate media to communicate ideas throughout the design process Draw, design, and render forms (2D/3D) to game industry standards Technology Demonstrate proficiency with technology related to contemporary game production Presentation Skills Clearly and professionally present work and ideas Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Research and generate workable solutions under a deadline Create a concept for an interactive experience that demonstrates an understanding of game mechanics Professional Readiness Produce a professional demo reel or portfolio which meets industry standards Work cooperatively and effectively in a professional production environment Identify strengths and develop a portfolio tailored to showcase them Specialty Skills: Game Art Model, texture and light 3D forms in a manner that meets industry standards Effectively apply the principles of animation to environments, characters, or effects. Specialty Skills: Game and Level Design Design, organize, and build game prototypes Create design documentation and detailed paper maps for a professional preproduction package Choreograph an interactive experience Effectively use visual and code-based scripting to implement game and level mechanics Visit www.academyart.edu to learn more about total costs, median student loan debt, potential occupations and other information. Accredited Member WSCUC, NASAD, CIDA (BFA-IAD, MFA-IAD), NAAB (B.ARCH*, M.ARCH), CTC (California Teacher Credential). Acting degree program is currently not offering online courses. **B.ARCH is currently in candidacy status. [-]

Bachelor of Arts in Airline Business

Sripatum University International College
Campus Full time 4 - 4 years June 2017 Thailand Bangkok

This is program providing students with quality education and experience in preparation for careers in the aviation industry. The mission of the degree is to provide relevant educational knowledge and experience that produces high quality aviation professionals who distinguish themselves and reflect the quality of the aviation industry. Upon completion, students can utilize their acquired skills to work in airline business which include Pilot, Cabin Crew or a number of related sectors of the Airline industry. [+]

BAs in Engineering & Technology. ALB, FLY HIGH WITH AIRLINE BUSINESS This is program providing students with quality education and experience in preparation for careers in the aviation industry. The mission of the degree is to provide relevant educational knowledge and experience that produces high quality aviation professionals who distinguish themselves and reflect the quality of the aviation industry. Upon completion, students can utilize their acquired skills to work in airline business which include Pilot, Cabin Crew or a number of related sectors of the Airline industry. The benefits of this program include: Improving Communication in English Developing In-flight Service Competencies Communication Skill Development Through Intercultural Perspective Mathematics Skill Development (Finance, Accounting, and etc.) Practical Application of Airline Standards and Practices. In the last semester, students will have a choices to choose their prefer business field to practice internship in order to develop skills in the interim working environment Curriculum Structure General Education Courses Humanities & Social Science Languages Mathematic and Sciences Specific Requirement Courses Business Core Courses Major Compulsory Courses Major Elective Courses Major Elective Language Courses Free Elective Courses Employability upon completion of the program: Flight attendant Passenger ground service agent Cargo officer Caterer Reservation and ticketing agent Information management and public relations officer for airline business Customer relationship management officer Airport authority [-]