Information Technology

Applied Mathematics

With an internship program and a choice of concentration (financial science, information science, or science), the Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics prepares students to meet the growing demands of the industry. Our program emphasizes computer-based mathematical models that are essential to the financial, telecommunications, and medical sectors. This is a challenging and practical degree program that focuses on real-world mathematical applications.

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Applied Mathematics-Financial Science
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Applied Mathematics-Information Science
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Applied Mathematics-Science

Computer Science

The Computer Science associate degree program provides students with the first two years of study leading to a baccalaureate degree in computer science, computer information science, computer systems technology, computer engineering technology or applied mathematics. It starts them toward the exciting career areas available to computer scientists.

Associate in Science (AS) in Computer Science

Computer Systems

At the associate degree level, students acquire skills in mainframe computing and are introduced to programming in COBOL, CICS, SQL, and systems such as C++ and Visual Basic.Net. At the baccalaureate level, in the only program of its kind in CUNY, students gain more advanced skills in specialized areas such as database design, Object-Oriented Systems, Unix, LANs, web design and data security.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Computer Information Systems
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Computer Systems