Advancing Computer Science Degree at University of Advancing Technology

ADVANCING COMPUTER SCIENCE DEGREE

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING FOR THE FUTURE

The University of Advancing Technology’s Bachelor of Advancing Computer Science degree is designed to help students conceive, program, and deploy applications with the most modern software engineering frameworks and environments across emerging platforms. UAT’s goal is to develop elite enterprise-level professionals with mastery over new programming languages, architectures and software engineering systems.

Students enrolled in the Advancing Computer Science major will experience leading edge, evolving environments, and work on multiple software engineering projects. They will incorporate emerging language programming across platforms including open source and enterprise languages and become fluent in the most current software development methodologies.

Mentoring will help students practice the software engineering principles necessary to be successful in their careers. They will develop innovative ways of creating and interpreting data, design, build and identify challenges of software engineering systems in a team environment, and master industry-standard software engineering processes encompassing all phases of the software development cycle.

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Advancing Computer Science Course Description

The craft of programming transcends individual programming languages and emphasizes design across multiple scales, from the design of individual programs to complex multi-platform software architectures including mobile platforms, multiple frameworks and multiple design patterns. The Advancing Computer Science (ACS) program balances the science of computing and the art of design, with the application of these principles to real-world problems. Graduates in ACS will be prepared for software development positions where understanding of algorithms and complex software design are important as well as being well-versed in mobile, frameworks, and multiple programming languages and environments.
Advancing Computer Science

COMPUTER SCIENCE DEGREE OBJECTIVES

  • Follow a software development process to analyze a problem, and to design, build, test and document software solutions.
  • Demonstrate software development skills using more than one programming language and development environment.
  • Design and implement software solutions across multiple platforms.
  • Design and implement software solutions for mobile devices or embedded systems.
  • Document the planning and development of software applications using industry standard tools, techniques and processes.
  • Within software solutions describe, implement and analyze data structure techniques such as lists, trees, hash tables, graphs, along with sorting and searching algorithms.

COMPUTER SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM INFORMATION

  • Program Credits: 120
  • Major Credits: 36
  • Semesters to completion: 8

Requirements to graduate include a 2.0 CGPA, completed required coursework, Portfolio, Internship, and a Student Innovation Project.

For a more detailed breakout of completion time frames and rates, please see the UAT Fast Facts page.

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