Computer Science is the chief discipline for teaching engineering principles and the tools used in software applications development. Training students in these principles and the use of software development tools is one of the primary goals of Computer Science at IU Southeast. This program recognizes the need to provide the understanding and knowledge of computer science appropriate for the varied careers available. Students may choose to emphasize either Mathematics and Science or Business and Information Systems in their study of Computer Science at IU Southeast.
The Computer Science minor requires a minimum of 20 credit hours in computer science courses. Students choose 1 of 4 areas of concentration to individualize their minor.
The Information Technology Certificate is a 27 credit hour program that can be completed in one year. Requirements of the program can be used to continue toward the Associate of Science or Bachelor of Science degrees.Upon completing the certificate, students will be capable of understanding, troubleshooting, and managing computing resources as well as software design logistics and programming in one or more computer languages.