- Bachelor of Computer Science
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Networking
- Bachelor of Computer Information Systems
- Minor in Computer Science
- Minor in Computer Networking
- Differences between Computer Science, Computer Networking and Computer Information Systems
- BCOS Course Matrix
- BSIS Tracking Sheet
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Networking
As a student in Computer Networking (BSCN) you will gain valuable skills in computer networks (switching, routing), operating systems, WWW programming, databases, IT and project management, systems analysis, network and web security and programming. We are currently starting a high-availability networking lab. You are required to successfully complete two co-op work semesters beginning junior year.
Program Educational Objectives for Computer Networking:Within three to five years of graduation:
- Graduates are proficient at solving computer networking problems in the workplace.
- Graduates pursue productive careers in computer networking or a related computing field.
- Graduates are engaged in continuing professional development or professional societies in computer networking or a related computing field.
- Graduates follow standards set forth by professional societies of which they are members.
Student Outcomes for Computer Networking:By the time of graduation, students will be able to:
- Evaluate and implement modern networks, systems, and databases using appropriate hardware, software, and protocols.
- Analyze infrastructure problems and formulate solutions using standard tools and utilities.
- Design and document contemporary networking environments.
- Develop automation solutions for networking, systems, and database administration tasks.
For a detailed list of course requirements, download the current tracking sheet from the Resources page.