Jessica Meyer is a senior at Grand Canyon University. She was raised in Tucson, AZ, but recently moved to Phoenix to attend traditional classes at GCU. Jessica is majoring in marketing in the Colangelo College of Business. It is her first and last year studying at the main campus, and she wishes her time at GCU could last longer! She loves GCU so much, that she hopes to continue to work for GCU’s marketing department after graduation.
Do you have an interest in science and technology, but are not sure which program to pursue for your college undergraduate degree? Check out the STEM programs below to help you decide which one may be right for you:
A Bachelor of Science in Computer Science could be the perfect degree for you if you have a hunger for innovation in technology. Gain a foundation in software applications, large scale data processing and principles of computer design, while preparing for an exciting career in fields like software application development or computer programming.
Biomedical engineering, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering are popular programs of study for students wanting to spark innovative solutions across differing industries. Not sure which field of engineering suits you?
- Biomedical engineers aim to improve patient care.
- Electrical engineers develop solutions for electronics, communications and electrical power systems industries.
- Mechanical engineers create innovative mechanical devices.
You might want a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology if you have a strong desire to gain a clear understanding of how information technology can improve the performance of enterprise systems. You may want to consider earning an emphasis in cyber security to specialize in assisting individuals or organizations through cyber defense, cyber operations and cyber law.
To learn more about all of the science and technology programs offered at Grand Canyon University’s College of Science, Engineering and Technology, visit our website or contact us today
Written by Jessica Meyer, a senior earning a marketing degree at GCU.