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It All Adds Up at UWG.

At the University of West Georgia's Nexus in Computing, skilled instruction + advanced equipment = unlimited possibilities. 

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At-a-Glance

  • Fully online, face-to-face, or hybrid learning
  • 60 credit hours
  • Pathway to full BS degree
  • Internship with an industry partner that provides on-the-job experience before graduation

CORE + 4 COMPUTING Courses + Internship

The Nexus degree includes general education core, career-focused computing specialization, and an internship with an industry partner. Courses are taught by experienced practitioners and educators to provide you with the tools you need to advance your career, whether you're new to the field or a working professional.

  • Coding and Application Development
  • Cybersecurity
  • Data Analytics
  • Systems and Network Administration

Access Careers in High-Demand Areas

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Access Careers in High-Demand Areas

Our graduates go on to pursue successful and rewarding careers in computing and information technology, such as:

  • Application Developer
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Network and Computer Systems Administrator
  • Database Administrator
  • Web Developer
  • Digital Designer

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A Program Designed for You

The Nexus in Computing degree is a flexible and stackable credential intended for anyone interested in pursuing a high-demand career in computing and information technology:

  • High School Graduates
  • Some College Credit, No Degree
  • Current UWG Undergraduates
  • College Graduates

Most or all transferable general education core classes already completed will count toward the Nexus.

Advanced Technology & Modern Facilities

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Advanced Technology & Modern Facilities

Our labs and classrooms employ the latest technology – a versatile computing environment that affords you the opportunity to learn and experiment with the most powerful tools available today. The labs also serve to foster community among computing students – a central space to gather, share ideas, and collaborate on course work and projects. Virtual computing labs and online peer tutoring are also available to support individual student needs from any location.

West Success

Corey Thornton

"The professors are amazing and personable. They are willing to help any and all students one-on-one who reach out for help or even just share the love of technology and computing."

- Corey Thornton 

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