College of Advanced Technology at Pembroke Pines
Keiser University's College of Advanced Technology provides students with a contemporary learning environment that upholds our existing tradition of educational excellence while preparing students for some of today's most technologically driven careers.
Students can benefit from enhanced program information via touch screen display in our Collaboratorium, and our software engineering classrooms are technology-driven, allowing students and faculty to review, test and debug code using multiple monitors and projectors for easy viewing of information. Students also have access to servers, firewalls, routers and other equipment for real, hands-on networking and configuration experience in our advanced networking lab. Our Networking lab allows students to simulate attack penetration techniques on security-hardened computers to test overall network security – all within a contained environment.
Keiser University's College of Advanced Technology offers a wide range of programs, including:
- Animation and Game Design, BS
- Computer Information Systems, BS
- Cyber Forensics/Information Security, BS - online
- Forensic Investigations, BS
- Information Technology Management, BS – online
- Management Information Systems, BS – online
- Network Systems and Data Communications, BS
- Software Engineering, BS
Programs and delivery format vary by location.
The Pembroke Pines campus building has over 78,000 square feet of classrooms, laboratories and offices. It includes 39 classrooms, 5 medical laboratories, 7 computer laboratories, a crime scene lab, library and 121-seat auditorium, as well as a covered walkway from the parking lot to the building. All equipment used at the University is comparable to industry standards and effectively meets program objectives.
The Library is home to a collection of 3,500 titles, including books, periodicals, audiovisual materials and serials. Additionally, the library has a number of high-quality online full-text databases, which can be accessed by faculty and students alike in the library and over the Internet from one of the library's 12 computers or any Internet-accessible computer.