BSc Degree in Technology Studies in North America

Compare Bachelor of Science Degrees in Technology Studies in North America 2018

Technology Studies

A BSc (Bachelor of Science) is an undergraduate degree that prepares students for a career in their field of study. While the degree is often related to courses in the realm of science, students in non-science fields can also earn a BSc.

The incorporation of technology into modern society has often been the cause of political and philosophical debate. The main concern is whether technology truly helps or harms humanity. Some argue that overuse of technology is harmful to the environment, while others believe it is a necessary facet of human development.

The United States of America commonly called the United States, is a federal republic consisting of fifty states and a federal district. The 48 contiguous states and the federal district of Washington, D.C. are in first North America between Canada and Mexico. The state of Alaska is in northwestern North America, west of Canada and east of Russia across the Bering Strait, and the state of Hawaii is an archipelago in the mid-North Pacific. The country also has five populated and nine unpopulated territories in the Pacific and the Caribbean.

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Bachelor in Emergency Management Technology

Pennsylvania College of Technology
Online Campus Full time 4 years August 2018 USA Williamsport + 1 more

The Bachelor in Emergency Management Technology prepares students for careers in the emergency management or another closely related field. The curriculum provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the Four Phases of Emergency Management; National Incident Management System (NIMS);

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Bachelor in Emergency Management Technology The Emergency Management Technology major prepares students for careers in the emergency management or another closely related field.

The curriculum provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the Four Phases of Emergency Management; National Incident Management System (NIMS); governmental roles and levels of responsibility; evolution of emergency management from colonial America to present; an understanding of man-made, natural, and technological hazards as they pertain to community vulnerability; current and emerging technological trends in emergency management; and the requisite skills of an effective emergency manager.

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Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

College of Saint Rose
Campus Full time 4 years August 2018 USA Albany

By majoring in Computer Science, you’ll gain the skills to excel in many sectors of the high-tech industry. [+]

By majoring in Computer Science, you’ll gain the skills to excel in many sectors of the high-tech industry.

Students develop a thorough grounding in the fundamentals—programming, database management, software engineering, networks—then go on to study topics that range from forensic computing to mobile programming and game design.

In addition, a minor in Computer Science would be an attractive resume builder for today’s employers, who often favor candidates with proficiency in computing.

Program Overview:

The College’s Computer Science, Information Technology and Bioinformatics programs are designed to prepare students with the skills to excel in the high-tech industry. Majors will acquire the knowledge to advance into positions such as computer programming, systems analysis, systems design, Internet programming and information systems management. Students will also be prepared for graduate school.... [-]


B.S. in Computer Information Systems and Technology

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
Campus Full time 4 years September 2018 USA Bradford

In our program, you'll get a broad IT background. You'll learn about programming applications, network development, systems design and analysis, Web technologies, multimedia applications, database development, and systems administration.

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B.S. in Computer Information Systems and Technology

Description

Program Contact: Don Lewicki. In our program, you'll get a broad IT background. You'll learn about programming applications, network development, systems design and analysis, Web technologies, multimedia applications, database development and systems administration. We'll prepare you to work in a team environment. To manage and lead companies and people in the translation of information technology into business opportunities and competitive advantages. You'll sit in small classes. You'll get individual attention from our industry-experienced faculty. You'll gain hands-on experiences in a lab, during at least one internship, and in research opportunities and a capstone course. Incoming students will be considered for special merit scholarships just for C.I.S.&T. freshmen, each worth $2,500 per year and renewable for four years. We have a lot to offer and will help you go well beyond expectations. For example, Nnedimma Ugochukwu studied Mandarin at Fudan University in Shanghai then interned at Google. 100% of our C.I.S.&T. graduates in 2015 are either working or in graduate school. Not only will you know information technology but you'll know the power of information technology. And if you know the power of information technology, you have a long and exciting professional career ahead of you. In fact, our program will prepare you for three of the 10 best careers for recent college graduates:... [-]


B.S. in Computer Science

University of Hawaii, Hilo
Campus Full time 4 years January 2019 USA Hilo

Computer science is not the science of the computer–it is the science of problem-solving using a computer. If you are a computer science major, you will see this in many forms–the study of algorithms, of machine hardware, of programming languages, operating systems, database design, and more. [+]

B.S. in Computer Science

Computer science is not the science of the computer–it is the science of problem-solving using a computer. If you are a computer science major, you will see this in many forms–the study of algorithms, of machine hardware, of programming languages, operating systems, database design, and more. The career opportunities are equally varied–software engineer, database manager, network administrator, project manager, and many others. The U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, part of the U.S. Department of Labor, predicts that for 2006–2016, three of the six occupations that will be among the fastest growing and register the largest numerical growth will be computing-related occupations.... [-]


Computer Science

University of Central Florida
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Orlando

A Computer Science degree is the foundation for many of the world’s most exciting and profitable careers. Computer Science emphasizes the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing, rather than teaching specific technologies. [+]

Computer Science

A Computer Science degree is the foundation for many of the world’s most exciting and profitable careers. Computer Science emphasizes the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing, rather than teaching specific technologies. A tremendous number of opportunities in a variety of fields awaits computer science graduates, including robotics, computer gaming, virtual reality, computer vision, media convergence, digital, evolutionary computing, computer architecture and so much more.

COMPUTER SCIENCE ADVANTAGES The UCF Programming Team is one of the best in the world! CS teams compete annually in the A.C.M.’s International Programming Contest, and our CS team has an unmatched record — finishing in the Southeast region’s top three every year since 1982! CS teams have earned five Top-10 finishes out of 6,000 teams worldwide. CS has prestigious research programs for undergraduates (REUs). CS has been an N.S.F. REU site in Computer Vision since N.S.F. started the program in 1987. The Association for Computing Machinery (A.C.M.) student chapter, additional Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs), IEEE Computer Society and UPE Computer Science Honor Society and the CS Foundation Exam all provide real-life benefits including networking, face-to-face meetings with experts and career experience. The Department’s new home is the Harris Corp. Engineering Center — an ultra high-tech building with revolutionary equipment, computers, and labs for students. The Computer Science Foundation Exam is a qualifying test all CS majors must pass to advance to upper-level CS courses. Nationally, only UCF’s CS Program uses a test this way to qualify its students. The exam covers... [-]

B.Sc. in Computer Science

Unicaf University (MW)
Online Campus Full time Part time 4 years Open Enrollment USA New York Greece Athens Romania Bucharest United Kingdom London Egypt Cairo Ghana Accra Malawi Lilongwe Mauritius Port Louis Kenya Nairobi Nigeria Lagos Somalia Mogadishu Zambia Lusaka Jordan Irbid Cyprus Cyprus Online + 28 more

With the world being driven by computers, a degree in Computer Science is vital. Areas like computing and information technology, security, database and web development will be explored. The degree will provide students with both theoretical and practical computer science knowledge and skills thus enabling them to work in the industrial, banking, commercial and government sector.

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With the world being driven by computers, a degree in Computer Science is vital. Areas like computing and information technology, security, database and web development will be explored. The degree will provide students with both theoretical and practical computer science knowledge and skills thus enabling them to work in the industrial, banking, commercial and government sector. The student among others will acquire and develop problem-solving, analytical and computation skills that will enable them to excel in the career they choose to follow. This degree is ideal for people wishing to enhance their position within their organizations while at the same time it offers excellent prospects for future employment.... [-]


Computer Science

Adelphi University
Campus Full time Part time September 2018 USA Garden City + 1 more

Master the digital language with a B.S. in Computer Science. The Bachelor of Science program in Computer Science combines a solid core of computer science courses with the option to gain real depth in another area through a concentration in game development or information and cybersecurity.

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Master the digital language with a B.S. in Computer Science.

The Bachelor of Science program in Computer Science combines a solid core of computer science courses with the option to gain real depth in another area through a concentration in game development or information and cybersecurity. In addition, there are numerous choices in the curriculum for science and humanities courses. As computing is a discipline with strong links to many fields, this provides students with the flexibility to pursue their interests. To graduate with a degree in mathematics or computer science, majors must have a GPA of at least 2.0 in all mathematics and computer science courses, with at most one grade lower than a C–. This applies to those courses that have been taken at Adelphi in fulfillment of degree requirements. Majors in computer and management information systems are required to maintain an average of 2.0 in all courses applied to the major.... [-]


BS Computer Science

University of Denver
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Denver

Computer Science encompasses the theory and techniques by which information is encoded, stored, communicated, transformed, and analyzed. It is concerned with the theory of algorithms (that is, effective procedures or programs). [+]

BS Computer Science

Computer Science encompasses the theory and techniques by which information is encoded, stored, communicated, transformed, and analyzed. It is concerned with the theory of algorithms (that is, effective procedures or programs), with the structure of languages for the expression of algorithms, and with the design of algorithms for the solution of practical problems. A central concern is the study of the computer systems (hardware and software) for the automatic execution of these algorithms.

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Denver offers a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. The degree is strongly based in mathematics and, in fact, a student will automatically acquire sufficient credits for a minor in mathematics. One additional minor is required. The second minor may be in any discipline other than mathematics or computer science.... [-]


BS in Computer Science or Information Technology

Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Campus 4 years September 2018 USA Weatherford

A Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or Information Technology can open many doors in your future. You can launch your career immediately or choose to pursue a graduate degree in a number of programs. [+]

Earn a B.S. in Computer Science or Information Technology

A Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or Information Technology can open many doors in your future. You can launch your career immediately or choose to pursue a graduate degree in a number of programs. SWOSU’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science provides the following:

Options in Computer Science and Information Systems Game Design Opportunities Network Security Training HPC Programming Research Opportunities

Unlock your career in computer science or IT with a degree from SWOSU. Our graduates have gone on to enjoy successful careers at technology companies, government agencies, energy corporations, financial institutions, and manufacturing firms.... [-]


B.S. in Computational Science

Siena College
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Loudonville

Computational Science is a modern interdisciplinary field that focuses on solving scientific problems computationally. It combines advanced methods and tools from applied mathematics and computer science to study real-world scientific problems, often by using computer simulations and modeling. Students interested in becoming computational scientists can start off on the right foot at Siena College. [+]

Computational Science is a modern interdisciplinary field that focuses on solving scientific problems computationally. It combines advanced methods and tools from applied mathematics and computer science to study real-world scientific problems, often by using computer simulations and modeling. Students interested in becoming computational scientists can start off on the right foot at Siena College. Program Highlights Only a handful of colleges in the United States offer a major/minor in computational science at the undergraduate level. Students acquire skills in the areas of programming, simulation and modeling, numerical methods and applied mathematics, computer visualization techniques, computational tools and applications to natural sciences and technical communication. Access to the High-Performance Computing Cluster, allowing students to perform cutting-edge computational research. The computational science program is highly interdisciplinary, combining mathematics, physics, computer science and applied computational techniques. The presence of large nanotech and biotech companies in the Capital Region puts Siena’s graduates in an excellent position when looking for jobs, entering careers in industry or government labs or pursuing graduate studies. Requirements for the Major (73 credits) CSIS110 - Intro to Computer Science 3 credits CSIS120 - Intro to Programming 4 credits CSIS210 - Data Structures 3 credits CSIS310 - Numerical Methods 3 credits CSIS385 - Design+Analysis of Algorithm 3 credits MATH110 - Calculus I 4 credits MATH120 - Calculus II 4 credits MATH210 - Calculus III 4 credits MATH230 - Linear Algebra 3 credits MATH240 - Intro to Computer Algebra 3 credits MATH250 - Discrete Structures 4 credits MATH380 - Differential Equations 3... [-]

Computer Engineering

Louisiana State University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2018 USA Baton Rouge

Elective courses in computer engineering are intended to round out the design requirements of the BS degree. This is accomplished by taking a minimum number of hours of 4xxx-level EE courses designated by the department as having significant (at least 2/3) design content; allow students to emphasize a particular area in computer engineering by taking courses in that area. [+]

Computer Engineering

Elective courses in computer engineering are intended to achieve the following:

Round out the design requirements of the BS degree. This is accomplished by taking a minimum number of hours of 4xxx-level EE courses designated by the department as having significant (at least 2/3) design content. Allow students to emphasize a particular area in computer engineering by taking courses in that area.

Design Electives

The number of design electives required in electrical engineering varies depending on the student's official catalog. Below is a list of approved design electives for computer engineering majors.

EE 4160# EE 4240 EE 4242 EE 4250 EE 4702 EE 4730 EE 4745 EE 4750 EE 4770 EE 4780 EE 4859... [-]


Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems

California Intercontinental University
Online 4 years September 2018 USA Irvine

The Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems (BS MIS) program is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills to apply business principles and management practices with specialization in management information systems. Students pursuing this specialization will learn about designs and enterprise development and applications, management skills for technological organizations, and management decision making. [+]

Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems (BS MIS) program is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills to apply business principles and management practices with specialization in management information systems. Students pursuing this specialization will learn about designs and enterprise development and applications, management skills for technological organizations, and management decision making.

Program Competencies and Learning Objectives

Upon Successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills. Demonstrate basic skills in programming, databases, operating systems, and networking. Determine appropriate approaches, tools, and techniques for the applications in organizational settings. Apply software management skills to test product quality. Demonstrate the skills to design and develop applications using Relational Databases, Net Development, and Web Programming and Development Tools. Demonstrate effective skills in designs and enterprise development and applications using a) Relational Databases, b) Active Server Pages and c) Web Programming and Development Tools. Show sensitivity to professional and ethical responsibilities and a respect for diversity. Demonstrate management skills necessary for technological organizations. Identify the information and systems needed for management decision making in an organizational setting. Emphasis Courses IST 433 Advanced Database Management IST 435 Information Systems Project Management IST 439 Enterprise Resource Management IST 446 Advanced Internet Security and Threats IST 450 Project Management Course Schedule ... [-]

BS in Information Technology

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Vancouver Campus
Campus Full time 122 hours September 2018 Canada Vancouver

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) program in Information Technology (IT) offers an interdisciplinary curriculum focusing on Information Technology and Computer Science. In addition, the program is unique in that it merges traditional academic topics with leading edge and current IT practices and technology. [+]

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) program in Information Technology (IT) offers an interdisciplinary curriculum focusing on Information Technology and Computer Science. In addition, the program is unique in that it merges traditional academic topics with leading edge and current IT practices and technology.

The overarching goal of the program is to prepare students with broad, integrated IT knowledge including communications, computer networking, computer-based systems, database management, software development, website development, digital media and electronic publishing. Students learn how to evaluate current and emerging technologies; identify user needs; design user-friendly interfaces; apply, configure and manage technologies; and assess the impact of technologies on individuals, organizations and society.... [-]


Bachelor of Science in Computer and Information Science

Messiah College
Campus Full time 4 years September 2018 USA Mechanicsburg

If thinking creatively and critically to solve complex problems excites you, and you enjoy just working with technology, then Messiah College’s computer and information science major might be right for you. [+]

Computer and Information Science at Messiah College

If thinking creatively and critically to solve complex problems excites you, and you enjoy just working with technology, then Messiah College’s computer and information science major might be right for you.

The demand for quantitative, technical thinkers who have a computer and information science degree is strong and will continue to grow. In the Bachelor of Science in computer and information science major, you take classes in areas such as computer programming, databases, systems analysis and design applications to develop the technical skills you need to secure a job in the computer and information science industry.

After taking those core courses, you can choose concentrations in business information systems, computer science, software development or web development.... [-]


Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

University of Central Oklahoma
Campus Full time 4 years August 2018 USA Edmond

U.C.O.'s Computer Science program of study is for those who are interested in computer science in general. This program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of A.B.E.T. [+]

Today's competitive, rapidly changing world requires depth and agility in the workplace. To prepare students to meet these challenges, U.C.O. and the College of Mathematics and Science provides students with opportunities for life-changing intellectual experiences that take place both inside and beyond the classroom. We call this "Transformative Learning." Transformative Learning is a holistic process that places students at the center of their own active and reflective learning experiences.

Curriculum

U.C.O.'s Computer Science program of study is for those who are interested in computer science in general. This program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of A.B.E.T..... [-]