TECH PROGRAMS FOR TODAY’S DIGITAL WORLD

GET READY TO POWER YOUR FUTURE

Technology is central to practically everything. Get ready for in-demand fields like Software Development, Information Systems Security, Web Development and more.

THREE AREAS OF INTEREST. LEARN SKILLS ACROSS ALL THREE.

With our tech education, you can choose a program from three focused areas:

  • Engineering Technology (ET) – Learn about transforming simple devices into smart devices.
  • Information Technology (IT) – Learn about storing, moving and securing data.
  • Software and Information Systems (SIS) – Learn about developing applications, and managing and analyzing data.

But your learning won’t be limited to just the area of interest you pursue. In fact, you can build a foundation across all three areas. That’s because our tech programs are anchored with Tech Core, strategically designed curriculum to help you build a foundation of interdisciplinary skills that will benefit you, regardless of which area of interest you choose.

NOT READY TO CHOOSE YOUR FOCUS? CHOOSE UNDECIDED.

Know you want to study tech but not sure which specialization is the right fit? With the flexibility of our Undecided Options, there’s no pressure to decide right away. The Tech Core courses you’ll take as part of our Undecided Options expose you to a variety of areas before declaring your specialization, so you can be confident in choosing the path that’s right for you1.

Explore our wide range of tech programs and specializations.

Engineering Technology

Engineering Technology is about transforming simple devices into smart devices. You’ll learn to create, maintain and interface control systems, digital devices and sensors that gather data to make a more efficient and intelligent workplace.

Interested in a future in Engineering Technology but not sure where to start? Choose an “Undecided Option,” and be exposed to a variety of concepts that can help guide your specialization choice.

Associate Degree

Electronics and Computer Technology
Concentrate on the hands-on aspects of computer electronics including electrical and electronic circuits and systems, digital microprocessor and computer systems, computer applications for business and networking applications. Study how to inspect products and processes, conduct tests, collect data and build your own prototype versions of new equipment designs.

Bachelor’s Degrees

Biomedical Engineering Technology (on campus only)
Learn to use cutting-edge engineering principles to analyze and facilitate biological and medical technological advances to enhance today’s healthcare practices. Design, build and maintain a wide range of devices, from pacemakers to lasers to patient-monitoring devices and X-ray tools.

Computer Engineering Technology
Focus on the skills needed to research, design, develop and test computer hardware, as well as learn the software needed for product development. Learn to test, monitor and maintain a variety of advanced electronic products and industrial equipment including chips, semiconductor fabrications and electronic internet applications.

Electronics Engineering Technology *UNDECIDED OPTION AVAILABLE*
Learn how devices are networked and connected via communications technologies, how industrial control systems work to monitor, collect, exchange and analyze data, and how embedded microcomputer systems are created for electro-mechanical and automation application. While an area of focus is not required for this program, you can choose a specialization:

  • Renewable Energy - Learn how electric machines generate electricity, how power is transmitted and managed, and how a variety of renewable and sustainable energy sources work.

Want to learn more about our Engineering Technology programs? Fill out the form above and an admissions representative will reach out to you.

Information Technology

Information Technology is about storing, moving and securing data. It’s the core of all technology systems. You’ll learn to create, maintain and protect the connections that allow business to be conducted around the globe via secured networks.

Interested in a future in Information Technology but not sure where to start? Choose an “Undecided Option,” and be exposed to a variety of concepts that can help guide your specialization choice.

Associate Degrees

Information Technology & Networking *UNDECIDED OPTION AVAILABLE*
The Associate of Information Technology and Networking program will help give you a foundation in technology and exposure across three areas of interest – Engineering Technology, Information Technology and Software and Information Systems. Learn about networking and security, digital devices, programming and operating systems. Focus your education with a specialization:

  • Automation and Electronic Systems – Learn about consumer and industry-based automation, including how to install, operate, test, maintain and troubleshoot electronic equipment systems found in many applications including robotic production lines, transportation networks and power grids.
  • Information Systems and Programming - Learn the skills to write code, produce software programs and develop apps using industry-recognized programming languages.
  • Network Systems Administration - Learn network protocols including how to design and secure LAN, VLAN and WAN networks. Learn how to enable the interface, connection and security of multiple computing systems and software platforms.

Network Systems Administration
Use leading tools and technologies to maintain existing systems, and to design and develop new ones. Study how to activate accounts and security controls, install and configure routers and switches, monitor network performance and troubleshoot problems.

Bachelor’s Degrees

Information Technology & Networking *UNDECIDED OPTION AVAILABLE*
Build a solid foundation in Information Technology and Networking while gaining exposure to the three program specializations. Learn to develop, maintain and secure networks that enable business to be conducted. Focus your education with a specialization:

  • Cloud Based Networking and Virtualization - Gain exposure to cloud computing, information storage and enterprise network design and management. Prepare to design and implement systems that transmit, store and analyze data and information passing through shared resources, making businesses more economical.
  • Cyber Security - Become the first line of defense against online attacks by learning to build defense mechanisms to protect applications, systems and networks. Explore network security testing, including countermeasure testing and the risk factor analysis needed, to design a flexible and comprehensive security plan, for business continuity and disaster recovery.
  • Mobile and Networked Devices - Get hands-on experience working with devices that sense, communicate and control systems found in personal devices, homes, offices, commercial environments and everywhere in between. Explore networking configuration, programming techniques and information security considerations for mobile and IoT devices.

Management/Technical Management with a specialization in Information Technology
Gain leadership skills designed to help you excel in the professional world, as well as a comprehensive foundation in IT to help bring business and technology together. Learn technology applications, effective communication, market influences, management principles and more.

Network and Communications Management
Study a variety of ethernet-enabled technologies and communications hardware and software, including Voice- over-IP, security firewalls, databases and next-generation administration tools. Interact with switches, routers and other real networking equipment used in the business world. Study the business and network design skills that can help you solve real-world problems. Prepare to sit for the Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) and/or Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) certification exams.

Want to learn more about our Information Technology programs? Fill out the form above and an admissions representative will reach out to you.

Software & Information Systems

Software and Information Systems is about developing applications, and managing and analyzing data. You’ll learn how people, devices and software programs come together allowing businesses to provide better service and run more efficiently.

Interested in a future in Software and Information Systems but not sure where to start? Choose an “Undecided Option,” and be exposed to a variety of concepts that can help guide your specialization choice.

Bachelor’s Degrees

Computer Information Systems *UNDECIDED OPTION AVAILABLE*
Build a solid foundation in Computer Information Systems while gaining exposure to the seven program specializations. Learn about networking and security, digital devices, programming and operating systems. Use advanced programming techniques, develop applications, understand network types and designs, and deploy cryptographic and hacking methodologies. Focus your education with a specialization:

  • Computer Forensics - Learn protocols and techniques necessary to respond to, and minimize damage from, a cyberattack. Learn how a computer forensics team works to identify breeches and hacks, understand the source and recover assets.
  • Cyber Security Programming - Learn protocols and techniques necessary to secure and protect sensitive information and financial assets. Learn how cybersecurity teams work to secure, implement and maintain robust information security systems and networks from cyberattack. Prepare to sit for the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) certification exam2.
  • Database Management - Learn protocols and techniques necessary to develop and maintain a database management system. Learn how different databases work from the perspective of security, performance, availability and cost, and how a variety of databases can be managed together.
  • Information Systems Security - Learn protocols and techniques necessary to protect information from unauthorized access, distribution, disruption, use, destruction and/or modification. Understand how asset protection works whether the information is stored electronically or physically. Prepare to sit for the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) certification exam2.
  • Software Programming - Learn protocols and techniques necessary to program, document, test and debug applications and software packages. Learn to understand the process of how software is conceived, specified and designed for an end user.
  • Web Development and Administration - Learn protocols and techniques necessary to create and maintain sensible website layouts, and how to integrate graphics, applications and other content. Learn how to design programs using a variety of computer languages, such as HTML and JavaScript.
  • Web Game Programming - Learn protocols and techniques necessary to develop online games so they work on PCs, tablets and smartphones. Learn about a variety of game development topics, including basic game design, layout and controls.

Software Development *UNDECIDED OPTION AVAILABLE*
Build a solid foundation in Software Development while gaining exposure to the three program specializations. Learn contemporary techniques and tools to create software applications, and manage and analyze data. Hone software development skills and build an understanding of the professional, ethical, security and social responsibilities of developing and utilizing software systems. Focus your education with a specialization:

  • Big Data and Analytics - Develop big data and analytic software development skills to address the complexity of examining large and varied data sets and uncover hidden patterns in information. Understand how predictive analytic measures and machine learning tools are applied to help drive quick decision making.
  • Software Design and Programming - Develop the needed to build and maintain software products created to customer design specifications. Learn how software packages are tested, the methods used to build software and the types of programming languages available for various applications.
  • Web and Mobile Application Development - Develop skills and techniques for producing effective websites, website navigational models and responsive website content. Learn how consumer apps to mobile enterprise solutions are created, how cross platform operating systems can be addressed and how wearables, IoT and smart devices can be incorporated into an application.

Want to learn more about our Software & Information Systems programs? Fill out the form above and an admissions representative will reach out to you.

Undecided Options

Know you want a future in tech, but not sure where to start? No pressure. With our Undecided Options at both the associate and bachelor’s degree levels, you can explore several areas, then choose the path that’s right for you1.

Undecided - Associate Degree Level

Can’t decide between ET, IT and SIS? Choose Undecided and you’ll be exposed to all three areas of interest before declaring your area of focus.

Undecided - Bachelor’s Degree Level

Not sure which program specialization is right fit? With Undecided, you’ll be exposed to all specializations within a degree program before declaring your specialization.

Want to learn more about our Undecided Options? Fill out the form above and an admissions representative will reach out to you.


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THE RIGHT DEGREE STARTS WITH THE RIGHT COMPUTER

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Learning is best-achieved with the right tools. Because we’re serious about your education, as part of your tech program, we provide you with a complimentary laptop that is compatible with the engineering and networking software used in your courses*.

It’s portable enough to carry to class. Powerful enough to run robust applications. And specifically intended to optimize your DeVry experience. Best of all, you can use it for all of your classes, not just tech.

THINGS YOU’LL NEED FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS

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Our portable Internet of Things (IoT) Kit is designed to give you plenty of confidence-building, hands-on learning. The kit simulates a real-world IoT experience, wherever you happen to be.

Prepare for Industry-Recognized Certifications

Looking to stand out with an additional credential that validates your skills and knowledge? Our tech programs can help prepare you for the following certifications:
  • Cisco’s Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT), for students studying Networking.
  • Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP), for students studying Computer Information Systems with a specialization in Information Systems Security and/or Cyber Security Programming2.

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