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Department of Computing

College of Business and Technology

Programs of Study

The Department of Computing offers three different concentrations.

These programs share a core of computing courses and provide a strong background in programming, design, computer organization, database management, networking, and software engineering. 

 

Computer Science

The Computer Science (CS) concentration supplements the Computing core curriculum with courses in object-oriented programming and design, computer architecture and operating systems. The concentration also requires 17 hours of mathematics, including one math course within the department (CSCI 1900), and the calculus sequence required of mathematics majors. This concentration is designed for students who wish to apply their knowledge in a scientific, engineering, or mathematical environment, or for those who plan graduate work in computer science or applied computational mathematics.

Program information for the Computer Science (CS) concentration can be found at the ETSU Catalog.


Information Systems

The Information Systems (IS) concentration supplements the Computing core curriculum with courses in enterprise information systems and business processes. The concentration also requires an emphasis in management or accountancy. This concentration is designed for students who wish to apply their knowledge in business software development, corporate information systems or information technology work, business process management, and for those who plan graduate work in certain areas of management or information systems.

Program information for the Information Systems (IS) concentration can be found at the ETSU Catalog.


Information Technology

The Information Technology (IT) concentration supplements the Computing core curriculum with courses in web development, visual programming, database, and system administration. This concentration is designed for students who wish to apply their knowledge in web development, database management, network administration, and for those who plan graduate work in applied computer science or information technology.

Program information for the Information Technology (IT) concentration can be found at the ETSU Catalog.

 

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