Applied Computing

Applied Computing

DevOps Degree

Innovate In the IT Industry

Earn a future-focused, career-ready information technology degree.

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You can expect employment opportunities in computer and information technology occupations to grow faster than all other occupations over the next decade, with median annual salaries of $91,250.1

The Applied Computing program prepares you with critical skills to lead and innovate in the IT industry. Choose one of six emphasis areas to specialize your degree: Software Development, Information Management, Network Operations, Applied Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, or DevOps. We provide you with the breadth and depth of knowledge to succeed in a digital world driven by the convergence of communication networks, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, the internet of things, big data, and the metaverse.

The hands-on experience you gain from our information technology degree will position you ahead in a competitive job market and advance your career across government, private, and public sector organizations looking for talent. You'll learn from faculty and industry professionals who are recognized experts in their field and graduate with practical experience using the latest technologies in our specialized labs. No matter where your career takes you, you'll have a foundation for success in the digital age.

 

When you apply for a degree or certificate at the College of Applied Science & Technology, you join the University of Arizona, a top 50 public university with the nation’s #7 online bachelor’s degree.

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Emphasis Areas

Choose one of six emphasis areas to specialize your degree.

Faculty

You'll learn from faculty and industry professionals who are recognized experts in their field.


1 "Computer and Information Technology Occupations," Computer and Information Technology Occupations, Occupational Outlook Handbook, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics."