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Undergraduate Programs - School of Computing

As a leader in Nashville’s booming technology industry, we’ve created the most computing degrees in the state so you don’t have to choose between your passion and your major.

With innovative and uniquely multi-disciplinary programs in computer science, software engineering, cybersecurity, and information technology, the School of Computing is perfectly positioned to equip you for a promising career related to software or technology infrastructure. Whatever it is – you have dozens of careers to consider – our rigorous curriculum will prepare you to stand out in whichever field you choose.

Through collaborative partnerships with industry, business, government, school and nonprofit organizations, engage in invaluable, real-world learning opportunities in-and-out of the classroom. This is an exciting time to be in the tech industry.  Discover how we can prepare you to build the next generation of computing tools and to be among the champions that lead the future of the tech industry!

  • Bachelor of Science
    Computational Biology

    Our rigorous curriculum will prepare you for a career in data-intensive biological sciences. You'll examine computational and mathematical modeling, simulation, and more alongside of our distinguished, accessible faculty.

  • Bachelor of Science, Minor
    Computer Science

    Since computing is key to all disciplines, the skills you grow under the guidance of our experienced faculty will let you to chart a course in any field of your choice. Whether it's games, media, health care or another industry, this ABET-accredited program will get you there.

  • Bachelor of Science, Minor
    Cybersecurity

    Governments, corporations, financial institutions, hospitals and private businesses all amass confidential information and must do so in a responsible, ethical manor. Our experienced faculty will train you to do just that, whatever your industry of choice.

  • Bachelor of Science, Minor
    Information Technology

    Computer technology is at the core of nearly every modern enterprise. Here, you’ll learn how to study, design, create, utilize, support and manage computer-based systems, software applications and computer hardware.

  • Bachelor of Science, Minor
    Software Engineering

    Software is present in most technology we use every day, so it's no surprise that people with software development skills are in high demand. Our program will expose you to the theory and practical aspect of software development in a Christian context.