The BS in Computing and Business teaches concepts in computer science and business to function effectively in designing, building, enhancing, and maintaining software systems and applications in the context of business environments. Besides computing topics such as networking and security, databases, data structures, operating systems, and software engineering, students will learn fundamental business concepts such as accounting, finance, financial products, business operations, and marketing.
Technology and science are dramatically changing our economy and our society. This is creating new business opportunities and needs, with an increasing push for computing employees to be more involved in business aspects of a company. Computing employees must have a solid understanding of business fundamentals to succeed. Specifically design to address this issues, the BS in Computing and Business degree is primarily for people who want to develop, use, and manage software applications and systems in a business environment.
Detailed curriculum and requirements for the B.A. in Computing and Business are available in the catalog at this link.
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