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The Division of Information Technology & Sciences helps Champlain students become the problem solvers, system designers, and technology professionals of the future. Through a combination of extensive experience-based projects and classroom teaching led by acclaimed faculty who are experts in their fields, you will obtain the knowledge, skills, and experience you need to compete in the professional world.
Mathematicians are in high demand in every sector of the workforce, so you can take your passion for all things mathematical into almost any field you choose. You won't just be solving math problems. You'll be solving problems with math.
Champlain has been designated a National Center of Digital Forensics Academic Excellence (CDFAE) by the U.S. Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3). Starting your first semester in this ambitious major, you'll begin fundamental computer and forensics classes, building the foundation you need to gain a mastery-level understanding of digital forensics by the time you graduate.
Champlain College has been designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education by the National Security Agency. Through hands-on learning in our networked lab-classrooms and virtual infrastructure, you'll gain the cutting-edge skills required to maintain the security of our internet and digital lives. With an extensive educational framework in traditional network and security protocols, you'll become well versed in wireless networking, VoIP, virtualization, and other emerging technologies-so you can prevent and defend against cyber attacks.
This computer science major includes a unique curriculum specifically in innovation, where you will analyze, design, implement, test, and verify advanced mobile- and web-based technologies. That's to be expected when your college has been named a "Most Innovative School" in the North by U.S. News & World Report's 2019 "America's Best Colleges" for four years in a row.
This major provides the most comprehensive technology, business, and communication skills needed to succeed in the red-hot data science job market. Through project-based courses, you'll work to master key areas of programming, statistics, machine learning, data wrangling, and data visualization while exploring how data science and data analysis connects to the business world.
Named a "Top School for Video Game Design" by The Princeton Review, Champlain provides students with unmatched experience in end-to-end game development through our Game Studio. The Game Programming major combines computer science and software engineering to give you transferable skills that apply to any industry. Of course, you'll also take specialized courses like game networking, game physics, graphics, and artificial intelligence to gain the proficiencies expected of a modern game industry programmer.