Return To Campus Plan
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Work with our data scientists and we’ll teach you how to be an ambassador for effective, ethical data. With courses including object-oriented system design and programming, ethics and policy, information structures and database management systems, you’ll be a well-rounded data analyst. You'll understand why people seek information, theoretically, virtually and physically. We'll teach you how to apply your technical know-how to what interests you most. When you graduate, you’ll be prepared for a competitive market, and you’ll have the experience to show it.
This program is similar to Data Science degree but may be more attainable for those students seeking stronger analytic skills.
General education hours required (38 hours)
Specific courses required:
Required courses for major area:
Concentrations courses (choose one concentration and up to nine hours):
Information Technology Entrepreneurship:
Become more competitive in the job market with an internship related to your interests. You’ll gain experience and boost your exposure. An internship will also help you learn whether you’ve chosen a career you’ll enjoy.
With a top-tier university education on your resume, you’ll be in high demand, whether you choose to launch your career or begin graduate school. Most of our programs have a placement rate of at least 90 percent within six months of graduation.
Learn from award-winning, experienced faculty who actually care about you. Our small class sizes allow us to get to know you personally. We lead an approachable community within our respective programs. Our faculty connections are the experts on their subject matter, too.
Associate Professor of Data Science
Qingguo Wang's research expertise is in the interdisciplinary field of Computer Science, Computational Biology, and Cancer Genomics. Before joining Lipscomb University, Wang was a Computational Engineer III at Memorial Sloan...Learn More
Associate Professor of Computing and Technology
T. L. Wallace is Associate Professor of Computational Sciences, Computing, and Technology, and currently serves as Chair of Computational Sciences in the College. He brings over 25 years of experience...Learn More
Operations research analysts use advanced mathematical and analytical methods to help organizations investigate complex issues, identify and solve problems, and make better decisions.
Computer network architects design and build data communication networks, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and Intranets. These networks range from small connections between two offices to next-generation networking capabilities such as a cloud infrastructure that serves multiple customers.
Database administrators (DBAs) use specialized software to store and organize data, such as financial information and customer shipping records. They make sure that data are available to users and secure from unauthorized access.