The Computer and Information Science master's degree program is designed to prepare students for professional practice, as well as further studies and research in the computing field. It fosters innovative thinking and encourages new approaches to solving business and technical problems through the use of information technology (IT). Students will gain the expertise needed to meet the demands of the rapidly growing and changing information industry.
Bachelor’s in Biology offers personal and academic fulfillment and growth as students discover the amazing world of biology. This degree prepares students for graduate and professional study, careers in life science education, research, health sciences, and applied biology. Bachelor’s in Biology provides a solid foundation in all levels of biological organization, from molecules to ecosystems.
Bachelor’s in Accounting requires to study sufficient for professional practice (often at the major-level) in financial accounting, management accounting, auditing, and taxation. The curriculum also includes intermediate coursework in business law and economics, and general coverage of management theory, and business mathematics and statistics.