Tech and math fields are booming, providing some of highest-paid, most fulfilling careers across the country. From computer science to math and engineering to archival studies, degrees in the College of Information and Mathematical Sciences (CIMS) are designed to give you the knowledge and practical experience you need to land your dream job.
Degree programs: Associate of Applied Science
Degree programs: Bachelor of Information Technology, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, BS in Math with Secondary Certification, BA in Middle Grades Teach Education Mathematics
Degree programs: Minor in Information Technology, Minor in Computer Science, Minor in Mathematics
Pathways to Engineering
Degree concentrations: Regent's Engineering Pathways Program, Engineering Dual Degree, Pre-Engineering Concentration.
Degree programs: Master of Archival Studies, Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary Education
New Academic Initiative: Collaboration with Georgia FinTech Academy
Financial Technology makes it possible to electronically invest, insure and bank from computers and mobile devices. This is a high demand career area in Georgia. Students whose majors are Information Technology or Mathematics may take elective coursework offered through the GeorgiaFinTech Academy that will prepare them for these high demand areas. (Pending approval by SACSCOC)