Business - Applied Computing

Business Administration - Applied Computing

Applied computing uses information technology to address real-world business problems. For example, creating databases for record keeping and running reports to analyze myriad questions increase the efficiency of a business, making it more competitive and profitable.

Students who pursue a business degree concentrating in applied computing are prepared for careers in many industries. Banks, hospitals, utilities, communications—big and small businesses alike— need data experts to help the company operate efficiently, boosting the productivity of every employee.