New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

MNS Research Labs

To gain an unprecedented level of insight into the organisms and systems they study, several faculty employ tools in proteomics and functional genomics.

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Pre-med Help

Many at ASU’s West campus enroll with aspirations of pursuing a career in one of the health professions. MNS can help you achieve those goals.

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Mathematical & Natural Sciences Research Seminars

Research seminars in math and science are offered on selected Thursdays, 3:15-4:15pm.

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Applied Computing Program

Description

The Applied Computing degree provides a foundation in computer science and emphasizes database and network courses at the upper-level. Both databases and networks are ubiquitous since information and communication are important components of the digital world in which we live. The degree also requires an applied component of internships and/or research with a professor, which is typically taken in the senior year.

 

Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science In Applied Computing

 

Career Outlook

Students are prepared to integrate technology with human activities, respond to global changes, solve problems, and create and manage the technological production of information and creative products. Core information technology industries are among the fastest growing sectors in the U.S. economy. Graduates will find employment opportunities with corporations and businesses, nonprofit and government agencies, digital arts media industries and in the academic world.

Ready to start your future? Contact MNS to learn more about the Applied Computing Program (B.S.).