Bachelor of Science - Technology - Computer Technology
Computer science majors learn about computer systems and the way humans and computers interact from a scientific perspective. Instruction includes the theory and design of hardware and software.
The Bachelor of Science in Technology 2+2 Computer Technology permits students to apply 100% of the credits earned from the completed associate's degree in computers toward the bachelor's degree. The upper division courses offered in computer technology include advanced programming, database development, network security, computer forensics, and special topics in current graphic design and web development applications. Since this is a Bachelor of Science degree, students will take two lab science courses while also completing other Kent Core coursework. With so many upper division courses offered in-person and web-based across the Kent system, students may complete the entire BST 2+2 Computer Technology degree at the Trumbull Campus.