The Bachelor of Science in Information Sciences and Technology (ISTBS) program is where information, people, and technology meet. This degree program covers a broad range of topics from software development to social media to business applications for technology. In this major, you'll gain the skills needed to hit the ground running in the working world. You will learn how to use technology to solve real-life problems, how to interact with a variety of people, and how to keep your skill set sharp as technology continues to evolve.
Options in the B.S. in Information Sciences and Technology degree program include:
- Information Systems: Design and Development
- Information Technology: Integration and Application
- Information Context: People, Organizations, and Society
The Security and Risk Analysis (SRA) major looks at how to design systems that are secure, how to measure risk, and how ensure that proper levels of privacy are maintained for individual technology users, businesses, government, and other organizations. In this program, you'll gain a solid understanding of operating system design and operation, and the legal and cultural issues surrounding privacy, intelligence, and security.
Options in the B.S. in Security and Risk Analysis degree program include:
The Bachelor of Arts in Information Sciences and Technology (ISTBA) provides students with new and creative avenues of study and allows for technology to be blended with the arts, humanities, social sciences and more. The ISTBA program allows you to design your own course plan with the help of an academic adviser.