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Computer Information Sciences
We offer bachelor's degrees in Computer Science, Computer Network Administration, and Cybersecurity. For graduate school, we offer a Master of Science in IT Management.
Massive data breaches or dangerous cyber attacks are becoming more frequent. Why not fight on the front line in defense of cybersecurity and data integrity? Our tenacious faculty stay versed on the latest tools and trends and built a strong curriculum to provide the tools, skills and resolve you'll need to win the day (and a great job.)
Master of Science in Information Technology Management
Whether you are an IT professional who wants to advance into corporate management or a business professional who wants to move into IT, we offer a unique and rare MSITM program that can help you achieve your goals.
Why step back when you can move the world forward, especially in the field of IT? At SAU, you gain the skills to keep business, government and and society running smooth, secure, and always advancing. Whether you want to design mobile apps or enterprise software solutions, we prepare you for a rewarding career.
Data Science and Analytics
Numbers tell stories but not everyone speaks the language. As business moves deeper into the digital age, the need for curious and talented data scientists and analysts rapidly grows. Does data speak to you? Join this state-of-the-industry program and see where data can take you.
Computer Network Administration
Solve problems and oversee function and maintenance in organizations, security firms, government, and more with your Computer Network Administration degree. Your diligence for efficiency, attention to detail, and persistence through challenges is rewarded and recognized at St. Ambrose.
This microcredential focuses on building either quantitative or qualitative skills to improve health and social services systems and programs via action-based-research.
Trauma-Informed Care Microcredential
Students will learn about the neurological, psychological, biological, and sociologic research around trauma in order to work actively to prevent adversity while promoting resilience in others through inclusive, empathic, and compassionate interactions, policies, and practices.