B.S.E.T. Computer Technology

Computer Technology is an interdisciplinary program combining courses mainly in engineering technology, computer science and management, and also provides you with a background in mathematics and science. It is designed as a continuation of a computer-related associate degree program. 

Summary

  • Enable students to develop basic computer programming, database and security fundamentals that can be applied to any domain.
  • Provide students with the opportunity to choose a concentration to master a field of interest: Networks/Security, Web/App Design, Medical Software, Big Data, Intelligent Systems (could be home/automotive or any cloud-based data analytics).

Graduates will be able to:

  • Explore Computer Technology Foundations: Demonstrate knowledge of and innovative technology in this fast changing technology industry and its many specialty areas. 
  • Examine Data Management and Administration: Demonstrate the ability to manage the dissemination of information via different formats, including data types, storage, archiving and retrieval systems, and apply common compliant data models/standards to meet the sophisticated demand for data organization and manipulation.
  • Examine Computer Security and Policy: Demonstrate extensive knowledge in design and implementation that assure the security of environments, including basic principles and best practices in computer security.
  • Examine Enterprise Architecture, Network and Telecommunications Technology: Demonstrate knowledge of a comprehensive IT framework to manage systems and have the ability to align IT strategies to support the organization’s mission, critical goals and structure; demonstrate a balance coverage of the technical  aspects of network and data communications.
  • Explore Software Engineering and Development: Demonstrate formative skills in integrating and transforming perspectives and processes to software technology.
  • Explore Systems Administration: Demonstrate the ability to coordinate the installation, testing, and operation and maintenance of hardware and software systems; perform basic competencies in computing resources and implementing policies, principles and best practices that are integral elements of the operating environment.
  • Examine Business Analysis and Design: Demonstrate an understanding of computer technology and its business processes and strategies.
  • Examine Web-based Systems and Technologies: Demonstrate knowledge in the fundamentals of web technologies and internet standards relative to web technology development, i.e., organizational implications.
  • Explore Computer Technology: Demonstrate knowledge of computing approaches affecting new technologies in education and biological processes; demonstrate knowledge in developing and applying computational techniques to education and informatics.
  • Integrate Learning by Participating in a Capstone Project: Demonstrates that the student has achieved the learning goals as established by the Computer Information Technology degree program by applying theories, concepts, skills and knowledge.

Core Faculty

Jonathan Smitherson

Lubliner, David J.

University Lecturer

Lubliner, David J.
University Lecturer, Engineering Technology / Computer Technology
Official
GITC 2105

Advisement

Jonathan Smitherson

Lubliner, David J.

University Lecturer

Lubliner, David J.
University Lecturer, Engineering Technology / Computer Technology
Official
GITC 2105