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B.S. Advanced Manufacturing
Advanced manufacturing results in new markets, new products, new technologies, and new ways to position manufacturing to support societies that are or will be connected globally in the future.
Advanced manufacturing is the application of information, computation, automation, devices, software, sensing, and networking to the manufacturing process. Advanced manufacturing can include cutting edge materials and emerging technologies that are enabled by the physical and biological sciences. This involves both traditional and tailored solutions in order to enhance manufacturing for existing products and new products emerging from new advanced manufacturing technologies. Advanced manufacturing is not limited to emerging technologies; it is also comprised of efficient, productive, highly integrated and controlled processes across a spectrum of globally competitive manufacturers and suppliers.
B.S. Applied Mathematics
Data Analytics | Natural Sciences
A student enrolled in this program will develop an expertise in problem-formation, problem solving, and modeling techniques and strategies central to a wide variety of applications.
The BS in Applied Mathematics gives students the ability to communicate analytic arguments clearly and concisely, in oral and written forms. It also instills numerical problem-solving techniques using high-level programming languages and commercial computational software packages and more. This program consists of a strong core of courses in applied advanced mathematics, statistics, and computational science.
Food Safety and Quality Assurance | General Biotechnology | Nanobiotechnology | Nanobiotechnology and Nanofabrication | Pharmaceutical Design
The B.S. in Biotechnology at Harrisburg University incorporates the foundations of biology, microbiology, genetics, molecular biology, and chemistry.
Biotechnology focuses on the manipulation of living organisms, their products, and their processes to further knowledge, improve quality of life and engineer new tools and applications. Biotechnology is applied to a broad range of industries including the pharmaceutical, chemical, agricultural, food development and manufacturing, to name but a few. Biotechnology has impacted significantly in the fields of medicine, health, environment and new technology and will continue to do so far into the future.
B.S. Computer and Information Sciences
Five-year Accelerated BS/MS
The ABET-accredited B.S. in Computer and Information Science program at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology focuses on the science behind the coolest gadgets and gear on the market.
It involves the skeletons of today’s most powerful websites and is the root of tomorrow’s most rewarding careers. Technology at Harrisburg University is more than just computer screens and keyboards. It’s a hands-on study of the complex information systems and peripherals that power our world and shape our future.
B.S. Environmental Science and Sustainability
This Bachelor of Science program produces a well-prepared student to deliver novel and sustainable solutions to the increasingly challenging environmental and natural resource problems of the future.
The program has an interdisciplinary set of courses that will give the student career-ready experience in field work, analysis, communication, and management. The student in the Environmental Science and Sustainability program is exposed to and utilize such tools as field methods (mapping, sampling, logging), analysis (biological, chemical, lab methods, and more), service-based learning techniques (through collaborative class projects and cooperation with local businesses/institutions), and professional communication approaches (via presentations, professional meetings, grant writing, and publication).
B.S. Geospatial Technology
The B.S. degree in Geospatial Technology at Harrisburg University is one of only a handful of programs in the nation and our graduates are in high-demand.
Geospatial Technology is a collective term referring to technologies that collect, store, query, analyze, visualize and present spatial information. With the explosion of access to spatial data and spatially enabled tools, such as cellular phones and vehicle navigation systems, these technologies are also quickly becoming an essential part of everyday lives. And there is a growing need for a workforce skilled in Geospatial Technology for a variety of disciplines in the environmental, commercial, political, social, medical, military, and emergency response fields.
B.S. Information Systems and Information Technologies
There’s no question about it – IT careers are in demand and the IT industry is changing quickly. And before you enter the constantly changing IT workforce, you need a trusted bachelor’s degree program that prepares students for a world that is growing more technical by the day.
HU’s Bachelor of Science program in Information Systems and Information Technologies (ISIT) merges traditional IT topics with cutting edge ISIT practices and applications. We prepare our students with hands-on practical knowledge of the most important building blocks of today’s information systems and underlying technologies.
B.S. Interactive Media
Advanced Media Production | Interaction & Experience Design | Purposeful Game Design
From gaming to mobile apps to websites, and from entertainment to productivity to instruction, interactive solutions come in all forms.
Whatever your passion, a bachelor’s degree with a major in Interactive Media Design from Harrisburg University can help you harness the technical, artistic, and management aspects of this dynamic career to maximum impact. The B.S. in Interactive Media at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology includes the concepts of new media, interactivity, interaction design, human computer interaction, digital culture, cyber culture and includes areas such as interactive narrative, videogames, social media, virtual reality, and augmented reality wherein user and machine both take on an active role. Interactive media is not limited to electronic media, digital media, game design or digital communications.
B.S. Integrative Sciences
Biology | Biological Chemistry | Chemistry | Forensics
The B.S. in Integrative Sciences at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology was designed to start with the basics of biology, chemistry, and physics, and then allow students the flexibility to concentrate in Biology, Biological Chemistry, Chemistry and Forensics.
This major produces well-prepared alumni with knowledge in the physical sciences to enter graduate school or a career path. An environment favorable to interdisciplinary learning in science is provided, and through classroom and experiential learning opportunities, the student can his or her own interests in the areas where the different disciplines overlap.
B.S. Management, Entrepreneurship, and Business Administration
Business Analytics | Digital Health | Digital Marketing | Entrepreneurship
This Bachelor of Science program prepares the student for a successful career in the modern job market by teaching them how to recognize opportunities and create value in both new and existing organizations.
This program draws on three disciplines providing skills in Entrepreneurship, Managerial Decision Making, and Business Administration, and prepares the student to take leadership, management, and entrepreneurial roles in the public and private sectors. The student is taught skills such as strategic thinking, motivating and managing nationally and internationally diverse workforces, building and leading team efforts, negotiating successfully, and instituting planned change in organizations. MEBA is a high- quality business program advancing research at the intersection of innovation, leadership and entrepreneurship. Students may concentrate in: Individualized Concentration, Digital Health, Digital Marketing, Business Analytics, or Entrepreneurship.