Undergraduate Computing Programs

Computer Systems Engineering

BSE Computer Systems Engineering

The Computer Systems Engineering degree focuses on analysis, design, testing, integration, and evaluation of hardware and software systems. The degree is grounded in many engineering disciples. Students engage in the design of integrated hardware and software solutions for computing, communication and control applications. Students become skilled at interfacing different pieces of hardware and software components and integrating systems and products with new capabilities and improved quality and performance.

Location: Tempe campus
4 + 1 accelerated option

 

BSE Computer Systems Engineering (Cybersecurity)

The cybersecurity concentration in the computer systems engineering BSE degree program provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to build dependable and secure information systems and networks and to ensure the integrity and quality of the information being stored, processed and transmitted.

Location: Tempe campus
4 + 1 accelerated option

Computer Science

BS Computer Science

The BS program in Computer Science focuses on the design of computers, computational processes for problem-solving, and information transfer and transformation with an emphasis on improving software and system quality, security, performance and usability. A student pursuing a Computer Science degree will learn to design, analyze, and improve the quality of computer software and systems for a variety of applications, including artificial intelligence, computer vision, cybersecurity, graphics, information management, multimedia, and networking.

Location: Tempe campus, Online
4 + 1 accelerated option

 

BS Computer Science (Cybersecurity)

The BS program in computer science with a concentration in cybersecurity provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to build dependable and secure information systems and networks and to ensure the integrity and quality of information being stored, processed and transmitted.

Location: Tempe campus, Online
4 + 1 accelerated option

 

Applied Computing

BS Applied Computing (Cybersecurity option)

The Applied Computing (ACO) degree provides a computer science foundation. It focuses on database systems, computer networking, and cybersecurity. The program provides interdisciplinary connections, including the combination of computing with its “real-world” application. Hands-on class projects, internships, industry partnerships and authentic and impactful research conducted with faculty provide numerous opportunities for students to apply their knowledge before they graduate.

Locations: West campus
4 + 1 accelerated option

Software Engineering

BS Software Engineering

Software systems are complex, often including in excess of a million lines of code. Graduates of the BS in software engineering possess knowledge and skills of a defined engineering approach to complex systems analysis, planning, design and construction. The program has a unique, project-driven curriculum, establishing a new model of communication, teamwork, critical thinking and professionalism.

Locations: Polytechnic campus
4 + 1 accelerated option

Information Technology

BS Information Technology

The BS in Information Technology focuses on the movement of data by retrieving, managing, securing and analyzing data sets. The BS undergraduate degree program in information technology starts by introducing basic fundamentals that help lay the foundation of the information technology coursework. These fundamentals build toward a focus area that allow students to hone their skill set, preparing them for employment in the fast-paced environment that is information technology.

Location: Polytechnic campus, Online
4 + 1 accelerated option

 

BA Business (Information Security)

The BA degree program in business with a concentration in information security provides students with core business skills as well as the basic critical and technical skills necessary to understand cyber threats, security, and prevention in the business setting. It focuses on data security to endure students learn how to protect future stakeholders and clients.

Location: West campus
4 + 1 accelerated option