Computer Systems major Department of Information Science

Computer Systems major
Be a software engineer and blaze new trails in our digital world!
Software is used everywhere—from sophisticated rockets and aircraft in the aerospace industry to the smartphones and car navigation systems we use every day. Students in the Computer Systems major focus on software development technologies like programming languages, operating systems, web programming, and integrated programming while also working with hardware and networks. This extensive curriculum prepares our graduates to become the leading software engineers of the next generation.

What you’ll learn with a Computer Systems major

  1. Every student is given their own laptop free of charge, putting mountains of information at their fingertips
    Students looking to become software professionals must first get access to the latest computers. Every student enrolled in the Faculty of Information Science at AIT is given their own laptop free of charge to ensure the best learning environment possible.
  2. Learn to take action by presenting at seminars and academic conferences
    AIT wants its Faculty of Information Science students to actively participate in academic conferences of their own volition, and supports their independent drive by having them present their work at the end of seminar courses as well as at larger scientific events.
  3. Go beyond programing by getting a solid knowledge of hardware and networks as well
    Nobody can become a software developer without a solid understanding of hardware and networks. Computer Systems majors start early with courses in these subjects as part of their comprehensive instruction in computer technologies.

Put your knowledge to work

Get the practical skills you need to create software for computers, mobile phones, and other devices as well as core systems for the financial sector and other industries.
Office buildings Modern corporations cannot function without a variety of digital systems, and these systems cannot run without systems engineers.
Public wireless LAN Japan is currently expanding its public Wi-Fi services in cities, tourist areas, and more in preparation for the Tokyo Olympics. Computer systems engineers are needed to advance network security and other related technologies.