Program Overview Computer Information Sciences (BS)
Barry’s Computer Information Sciences program is offered in combination with a specialization to students interested in the study of computer systems and technology. Our Cybersecurity and Digital Media specializations prepare students for exciting career opportunities in video game design, application development, and computer forensics, just to name a few.
Engaging in our robust course catalog, students will acquire the practical and theoretical foundation necessary to compete in today’s job market.
Collectively, our professors possess decades of expertise within the field of computer science, and are eager to train the next generation of specialists who will carry the torch into the twenty-first century digital world.
Learn more about the ethics of digital technology, software engineering, and computational thinking - all components essential to the development of your core skills. Students have access to Barry’s state-of-the-art technology laboratory, equipped with virtual machine-based computer security simulation, 3D printing, Linux and Windows servers.
Did you know that professionals in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics occupations (STEM) are projected to see a 12 percent increase through 2029? Whether you want to build a technical or theoretical foundation in the field of computers, there is a track for you at Barry!