Heather Monthie, PhD
Assistant Dean, College of Science, Engineering and Technology
Isac Artzi, PhD
Associate Professor, College of Science, Engineering and Technology
Faculty, College of Science, Engineering and Technology
Romeo Farinacci, DM
Program Director, College of Science, Engineering and Technology
The Cipher Avengers STEM Summer Camp for high school juniors and seniors was a great success! During the four-day camp, students met with Grand Canyon University faculty and students to learn more about computer science and cybersecurity topics including cryptography, steganography, programming in Python and more.
Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Information Technology can provide you with the ideal educational foundation for a career in the growing field of information technology. Some of the areas covered in this IT degree program include networking, security and management, information assurance, platform technologies, cloud computing, data centers and programming fundamentals. By developing your skills in these areas, you can prepare yourself for a successful career in information technology. Read on to learn about career options to consider as a graduate of GCU’s IT degree program:
Mark your calendars! The College of Science, Engineering and Technology is excited to announce a brand new technology speaker series for the 2017-2018 academic year. This series will feature dynamic technology professionals discussing topics relevant to the field, including current issues in security and cloud computing. There will also be speakers offering advice to help get students career-ready, with topics such as planning your technology career, internships and more!
Are you interested in working in the dynamic field of cyber security? If so, then Grand Canyon University’s new degree program may offer you the ideal educational foundation to pursue your career goals. Offered through the College of Science, Engineering and Technology, our Master of Science in Cyber Security program focuses on different areas of cyber security and helps students develop the skills that they need to understand cyber warfare and cyber defense. This, along with training in the use of techniques for penetration testing, digital forensics and vulnerability assessment, helps ready students to protect an organization’s data, processes, systems and people. Continue reading to learn more about what to expect from the Master of Science in Cyber Security program:
Designed to provide students with foundational skills for a range of engineering careers, GCU’s Bachelor of Science in Engineering with an Emphasis in Robotics program can help hone your abilities for innovation and critical thinking and prepare you for a career in the fast-changing field of robotics. Continue reading to learn about the possible benefits of a robotics engineering career.
The field of biomedical engineering is projected to grow at a far faster rate than many other industries. Are you considering a career in this area? If so, then continue reading to learn what questions you should ask yourself to determine if a career in biomedical engineering is the right path for you.