Explore Computer Science Degree Programs and Information Technology Degree Programs at GCU
The computer science degree programs and information technology degree programs within the College of Engineering and Technology at Grand Canyon University provide the hands-on training and key competencies to enter into careers in technology. Our technology-driven world continues to need innovative, highly tech-equipped professionals who specialize in top employer requested skills such as software development, programming language, networks, systems administration and cybersecurity skills.1
By earning a computer science degree or information technology degree, you can develop the skills for critical thinking, as well as hands-on, applicable and project-based experience. Take this educational opportunity to potentially impact the future of technology and develop solutions to take enterprise systems to the next level through a challenging career.
GCU offers a computer science degree with emphases in big data analytics, business entrepreneurship or game and simulation development. You can gain a foundation in software applications and multifaceted technology concepts to prepare for the tech needs of the 21st century. GCU’s computer science degree programs can help you explore high-volume data management, learn to develop innovative-based business plans or study game and simulation development.
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Equipped with an information technology degree, you can have the opportunity to possess an in-depth understanding of network platforms and technologies, information assurance and security, cloud-based computing, and service-oriented architecture. Your knowledge and analytical skills may help to improve enterprise systems by boosting performance, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
The College of Engineering and Technology is committed to being on the forefront of STEM learning and preparing you for a challenging career.
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Our online IT programs are designed with the flexibility for you to conveniently learn according to your schedule to help you have the opportunity to gain a quality education.
1 Tauchman, E.R. (2023, Nov. 6). How To Transition From Software Development to Cybersecurity. CompTIA. Retrieved on Dec. 21, 2023.
2 COVID-19 has adversely affected the global economy and data from 2020 to 2022 may be atypical compared to prior years. Accordingly, data shown is effective September 2023, which can be found here: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Computer and Information Technology Occupations, retrieved on Dec. 21, 2023.