The Department of Applied Computing offers four undergraduate degrees.
Applied Computing faculty are hard at work developing new undergraduate degree programs, some of which will become part of the College's signature "convergence" programs that will be offered jointly with other academic units. Programs are currently being designed in robotics and data science, and others are under consideration.
Learn to design, build, secure, and troubleshoot computer networks and manage enterprise systems in all sectors of the economy, such as healthcare, retail, insurance, manufacturing, government, and research. Tailor your learning with an emphasis in cybersecurity, IT management, or network engineering.
Cybersecurity experts are in great demand worldwide. Learn how to provide trusted software engineering, critical infrastructure protection, and network security management. Build knowledge and skills through study, applied learning, opportunities to compete in cybersecurity competitions, and more.
Put engineering ideas into action. You'll learn design, drafting, and technical skills to master the fundamentals of electronics and electrical power. Focus your time on computer engineering technology or power and industrial control, key industry sector areas.
Our newest undergraduate program, Mechatronics integrates electrical and mechanical systems, advanced controls, automation, and computational hardware and software. You'll learn how all this comes together in the design and manufacture of products and processes.