Do you have an electrical engineering, biology, psychology or criminal justice undergraduate degree and an interest in technology? The Master of Science in Computer Science program could be what you need to advance your career.
A new collaboration between The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and IBM will give students an array of marketable skills in data analytics, one of the fastest growing sectors in the national and regional economy. Smart technologies, cloud computing, mobile platforms, social media and other new generation technologies are fueling the revolution of big data.
It’s official—when the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET-ETAC) accredited the BS Engineering Technology Management (ETM) program earlier this month, this achievement was especially good news—now all the undergraduate programs in the College of Engineering and Computer Science are accredited by ABET-ETAC.
A kaleidoscope may sound like just a toy, but for students at the Orange Grove Center the spinning colors provide a therapeutic effect. With the assistance of a projector, teachers use the kaleidoscope for sensory therapy. In an effort to make the projector more mobile and easier to use, a group of UTC engineering students…
In an effort to keep up with the rapid change of technology, the UTC Department of Computer Science and Engineering now offers an accelerated masters program in computer science focused on career preparation and industry needs.