The College of Computing and Informatics offers two undergraduate degrees in Computer Science (Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science).
The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science has three concentrations to select from:
Human-Computer Interaction (2016-2017)
Information Technology (2016-2017)
Financial Service Informatics (2016-2017)
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science has seven concentrations to select from:
AI, Robotics & Gaming (2016-2017)
Cyber Security (2016-2017)
Data Science (2016-2017)
Software Engineering (2016-2017)
Software, System & Networks (2016-2017)
Each concentration offer students a unique curriculum that is designed for different areas of computing fields. The CCI Concentration Descriptions go into detail about subject material and diverse career paths each concentration procures.