The Department of Technology and Design is home to four bachelor’s degrees and four associate degrees that will provide you with the cutting-edge skills needed to get ahead in tomorrow’s workforce. Our programs will equip you to be communicators, creative and technical problem-solvers and collaborators.

The Department of Technology and Design’s mission is to develop and equip exceptional collaborators who impact our world through a transformative application of technology and design.

Degrees, Majors, Minors and Tracks

Trevecca’s Department of Technology and Design offers the following bachelor’s degrees and tracks:

  • Information Technology with tracks available in Web Design and Development, Software Engineering, Rich Media Design, Social Media and Digital Marketing, Game Design and Development, and Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics.
  • Information Systems with tracks available in Web Design and Development, Rich Media Design, Social Media and Digital Marketing, UX Design, Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics, and Specialized Computing.
  • Graphic Design with tracks available in Web Design and Development, Rich Media Design, Social Media and Digital Marketing, UX Design, Game Design and Development, and Specialized Computing.
  • Computer Science with tracks available in Web Design and Development, Software Engineering, Game Design and Development, Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics, and Specialized Computing.

Students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree can also select one of the following minors:

Associate degrees in Information Technology, Information Systems, Graphic Design and Computer Science are also available.

Why Trevecca?

Our Department of Technology and Design will provide with you a competitive advantage as you learn cutting-edge technologies, establish a solid foundation in business principles and further develop your understanding of God’s purpose for your life through your vocation.

Our approach to holistic education means you’ll be challenged to grow intellectually, spiritually, physically, socially and emotionally. Your classes in the program will have an intentionally balanced student to faculty ratio to maximize individual instruction and professor feedback. In your major area of student, the student to faculty ratio will be a maximum of 25 to 1. You’ll also learn by doing with hands-on, mentor-driven projects as you learn from faculty who have been in the trenches doing the work they’re teaching. And your fellow classmates will provide you with a community of like-minded students within a creative learning environment.

The IT and design fields high-demand fields, and our graduates are in-demand. Our alumni are working in at universities, hospitals, churches, healthcare organizations, electric companies and more.