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

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 Programming.1
  • Adobe® Certified Associate (ACA), for students pursuing undergraduate certificate in Website Design and/or Website Development.2

Save Time and Money with Buildable Education

Your time and dedication count. Earn a certificate or associate degree and apply credits directly to your bachelor’s, saving you time and money.

Explore our wide range of tech programs and specializations.

Business – Information Technology Emphasis

Bachelor’s Degree

Management/Technical Management
Learn technology applications, effective communication, market influences, management principles and more. Gain leadership skills designed to help you excel in the professional world. Focus your education with a specialization:
  • Information Technology - Learn a broad range of concepts and gain a practical, comprehensive foundation in IT to help bring business and technology together.

Computer Information Systems

Bachelor’s Degree

Computer Information Systems
Explore and examine innovative technologies and discover new ways the industry is implementing and leveraging information systems. Develop skills in troubleshooting business problems by learning to identify issues and implement programming solutions. Use foundational and widely-used programming languages which can easily translate to programming languages used in the business world. Focus your education with a specialization:

  • Computer Forensics - Acquire, analyze and report electronic evidence. Recover deleted and damaged data and break encryption codes. Explore how to work with law enforcement personnel and government systems that rely on the evidence that computer forensics discover.
  • Cyber Security Programming - Create, plan, implement and monitor innovative solutions to protect data and networks and prevent future attacks. Experience cyber-attack simulations in a virtual environment. Prepare to sit for the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) certification exam.1
  • Database Management - Develop skills required to design, program, administer and secure database systems. Analyze database needs and find solutions to a wide range of information storage challenges.
  • Information Systems Security - Develop and implement security procedures, standards and policies and ensure compliance with laws and regulations. Prepare to sit for the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) certification exam.1
  • Software Programming - Dive deeper into the world of code. Study how to code and test programs, the methods used to build software, and the types of programming languages available for various applications. Work in teams to implement software applications and study how to code mobile applications.
  • Web Development and Administration - Study the technical aspects, as well as the design, of websites. Explore the planning, problem-solving, organization and programming skills necessary to examine site functions including e-commerce, ratings and reviews, and more. Examine and develop site architecture and wireframes to address user needs.
  • Web Game Programming - Pursue your passion for gaming and interactive media. Master multimedia tools and techniques used to create web-based games and dynamic web pages, as well as build training applications for consumer electronics and professional development.

Engineering Technology

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
Research, design and test computer-based hardware and learn to supervise its manufacture and/or installation. Work with advanced electronic products and industrial equipment to design, test and troubleshoot new technologies. Focus your education with a specialization:

  • Renewable Energy - Combine a strong engineering technology and electronics background with knowledge of renewable technologies and alternative power sources. Focus on the production, transmission and storage of sustainable energy sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric and biomass power. Advance your knowledge in alternative energy generation, as well as the impact of environmental science, economics and sociology on technology.

Multimedia Design & Development

Bachelor’s Degree

Multimedia Design and Development
Design, illustrate, manage and produce visual communications by mastering key software applications, fundamental design principles, web content management and graphics animation. Focus your education with a specialization:

  • Graphic and Multimedia Design - Develop a combination of artistic and coding skills to create internet content, websites, marketing collateral, advertising, instructional material and multimedia experiences.
  • Web Design and Development - Explore ways to integrate multimedia including video, sound, animation, text and customized database information to create seamless web experiences.


Associate Degree

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 Degree

Network and Communications Management
Experience a variety of ethernet-enabled technologies and communications hardware and software, including Voice- over-IP, security firewalls, databases and next-generation administration tools. Learn 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.

Web Design & Development

Undergraduate Certificates

Website Design (online only)
Learn key software applications, web design, graphic design and web animation, as well as how to apply design and coding concepts to real-world applications.

Website Development (online only)
Learn key software applications to help prepare you to create an overall website user experience.

Whether your focus is Website Design or Website Development, both programs prepare you to sit for the Adobe® Certified Associate (ACA) exam.2

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