Science & Technology
Science and technology programs focus on how technical fields affect people. Their purpose is to give you a solid foundation of sciences as well as humanities, so you’re prepared to build bridges between people and the technical systems we use.
Course Work & Learning Outcomes
In a science and technology program, you’ll develop the hard skills (like coding) and soft skills (like communications) that you’ll need in your field. Here are some common majors:
- Information technology
- Computer programming
- Cyber security
Typical courses include computer science, advanced writing, calculus, recent innovations in engineering, grant writing, science in politics, and the sociocultural meanings of technology.
Depending on your area of study, you could use your science and technology degree to get a job as a software developer, environmental science technician, data analyst, or engineer. Best-paying jobs include titles like software architect and IT manager.