The Computer Technologies Associate of Science degree prepares students for entry-level employment or further education in software development, full-stack web development, database design and management, and systems support. Learning the basics of computer languages and programming, troubleshooting and problem solving, industry best practices, and current topics in technology are emphasized throughout the program. Courses are taught using either an online hybrid (classroom plus online) or 100% online approach.
Why Great Bay?
- The program faculty have extensive industry experience in software development, IT management and related areas.
- The class sizes are limited to 15 – 20 students and are conducted in dedicated labs that support multiple platforms (Windows, macOS and Linux).
Students who complete the Computer Technologies AS degree with a 3.0 GPA or higher have a nearly 100% success rate of continuing on to a four-year degree program of study or are placed in at least an entry level technology position.
- Junior-level Software Developer
- Technical Support Specialist
- Full Stack Web Developer
- Database Specialist