Completed coursework in IT/Computer Science? Transfer your course credits into Dunwoody’s Computer Systems Analysis program and finish your bachelor’s degree by taking evening courses.
You will develop the critical thinking, troubleshooting, and analytical skills to help companies build and maintain computer systems, design and implement network systems, design software, and make recommendations on more efficient and effective IT operations.
Hands-on courses like:
– Engineering Economic Analysis
– Algorithms/Data Structure
– Operations Research
– Management Information Systems
– Quality Assurance & Testing
…are combined with technical writing, communication and math courses designed specifically for computer students.
Added benefits of Computer Systems Analysis include:
– Ongoing integration of cutting-edge technologies into the program, keeping you up-to-date and ahead of the curve
– Career-oriented curriculum, which helps you learn industry trends and practices before graduation
– Completion of an industry-specific capstone project, providing you with an opportunity to build your résumé and portfolio
– Student clubs like Dunwoody’s Gaming Community and Open Source Group, which serve as fun and valuable extracurricular activities
Graduates earn a Bachelor of Science degree. The program takes two years (four semesters) to complete. Classes within this program are offered during the evening.
Common Job Titles
Possible job titles upon graduation include:
– Computer Systems Analyst
– Information Systems Manager
– Network Systems Analyst
*This is a new program; Data will be available in Fall 2016
Data reflects placement for AY2013-14 graduates indicating employment in their field of study within 6 months following graduation. Full data calculations are available for review during College open hours Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. CT at Career Services or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE: Based on May 2014 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates for the state of Minnesota published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bls.gov.