Computer science and technology degrees

Create your path to a career in computer science and technology

Why study computer science and technology?

As a graduate of a computer science or technology program, your skills will be in high demand. Computer science and technology degrees range from software engineering and information technology to business data analytics and geographic information science. These degrees prepare you for jobs in computer programming, data management and cybersecurity, which are needed in many businesses. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor, computer science and technology occupations are projected to grow 12% in the next decade.

Computer science and technology degrees for all interests

Our online computer science and technology offerings include programs in engineering, business, mathematics and other related interest areas. Students go beyond the fundamentals to take courses in emerging fields such as big data, artificial intelligence and cloud computing. Any undergraduate, graduate or certificate program you choose will prepare you with the skills you need for a successful career in computer science or technology.

22 programs total

Applied Business Data Analytics (Undergraduate Certificate)

Certificates

Applied Business Data Analytics (Undergraduate Certificate)


Business Analytics (MS)

Graduate

Business Analytics (MS)


Business Data Analytics (BS)

Undergraduate

Business Data Analytics (BS)


Computer Information Systems (BS)

Undergraduate

Computer Information Systems (BS)


Computer Science (MCS)

Graduate

Computer Science (MCS)


Computer Science - Big Data Systems (MCS)

Graduate

Computer Science - Big Data Systems (MCS)


Computer Science – Cybersecurity (MCS)

Graduate

Computer Science – Cybersecurity (MCS)


Construction Management and Technology (MS)

Graduate

Construction Management and Technology (MS)


Engineering Science in Software Engineering (MSE)

Graduate

Engineering Science in Software Engineering (MSE)


Engineering: Systems Engineering (MEng)

Graduate

Engineering: Systems Engineering (MEng)


Global Security - Cybersecurity (MA)

Graduate

Global Security - Cybersecurity (MA)


Graphic Information Technology (BAS)

Undergraduate

Graphic Information Technology (BAS)


Graphic Information Technology (BS)

Undergraduate

Graphic Information Technology (BS)


Graphic Information Technology (MS)

Graduate

Graphic Information Technology (MS)


Information Technology (BS)

Undergraduate

Information Technology (BS)


Information Technology (MS)

Graduate

Information Technology (MS)


What can you do with a computer science degree or technology degree?

Computers and tech skills

  • Computer programming.
  • Data management.
  • Front-end web development.
  • Geographic information systems.
  • Information security.
  • Statistical modeling.

Computer and technology jobs

  • Business intelligence analyst.
  • Computer programmer.
  • Database administrator.
  • GIS technician.
  • Information security analyst.
  • Software developer.

The best in computer science and technology

Arizona State University is a nationally recognized leader in innovation and online education. The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and the W. P. Carey School of Business have received honors from U.S. News & World Report, including a top 15 ranking for business data analytics and computer information systems degrees. Our ASU Online programs also offer unparalleled support services to help you succeed.

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