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College of Engineering & Information Sciences

Enterprise Computing Degree Specialization

Set yourself apart with DeVry University's Enterprise Computing specialization, where you'll gain an understanding of end-to-end systems solutions found in a modern data center, including IBM Power Systems and IBM System Z platforms. With dwindling IT resources and escalating real estate and energy costs, competing in a global economy demands the expertise to keep high volume, large-scale critical operations functioning smoothly and efficiently. That's why we've partnered with IBM, their clients and business partners to develop this comprehensive Enterprise Computing curriculum.

The next generation of enterprise computing experts will need to help companies and organizations leverage the superior security, availability, scalability and other operational advantages of the mainframe, including reduced power and cooling costs, as energy consumption becomes a deciding factor in the modern data center.

Follow a career track in Enterprise Computing by choosing this specialization when you earn your bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems (CIS) from DeVry University.

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Enterprise Computing Courses

When you specialize your Computer Information Systems degree in Enterprise Computing, your coursework at DeVry University may include these career-enhancing courses:

  • Enterprise System Architecture and Administration - Exploring mid-range and mainframe system architecture, hardware, configuration, and operating system concepts, students in this course gain understanding of the reasons companies choose mid-range and large-scale systems for their computing environment.
  • Enterprise Systems Application Development I - This Enterprise Computing course builds on basics of design, coding and scripting, as well as database connectivity for web-based applications. Coursework introduces concepts of data interchange, message exchange, web application components, and service-oriented architecture (SOA), and employs programming languages such as Java, PHP and RPG.
  • Enterprise System Application Development II - Students in this course construct business-oriented programs that incorporate service oriented architecture (SOA) in an integrated computing environment, with a focus on business flexibility and responsiveness to change.
  • Advanced Database - In addition to data mining and warehousing, this Enterprise Computing course introduces database implications of efficient and effective transaction processing, including error handling, data validation, security, stored procedures and triggers, record locking, commit and rollback. DB2 is the primary relational database management system (RDBMS) used.

To learn more about required and elective Enterprise Computing courses as well as those for the CIS degree program, request information or see the undergraduate academic catalog.