Department of Technology & Security
The Department of Technology and Security offers three tracks for undergraduate students. Through these programs, students gain expertise in specific areas of network enterprise infrastructure, internet and multimedia applications, and Data Science and Database Administration to become adequately prepared for life after graduation.
Review the program requirements for students pursuing a degree in Computer Technology.
Network Enterprise Infrastructure Track
Gain skills in cloud computing, data management and infrastructure management. Students in this track use hardware and software to build networks that enable connectivity, communication, operations and management.
Internet Technologies Track
In this track, students take a deep dive into edge technology by learning how to configure sensors, wireless network connections and edge-computing platforms. Courses in this track prepare students to design and program prototypes and systems using the Internet of things (IoT).
Data Science and Database Administration Track
Students use technical skills to predict and describe prescriptive modeling to support decision-making. In addition, students will implement and design the architectural structure of the Oracle Database Management System.
Health Technology & Cybersecurity Track
The healthcare field has transformed during Covid19 to extend its services to the edge of the network. This track is a new approach which is a combination of healthcare, network, and cybersecurity backgrounds to manage, detect, and secure the privacy of healthcare data through the following: email security, physical security, security controls and risk assessments.