A comprehensive program of study in the techniques, management and technologies of information infrastructure and tools used in modern enterprises and society.
Start Term: Fall, Spring
Program Type: Major, Minor
Students have access to the resources, diverse and advanced program facilities of a Computer Science department with the applied courses of Information Technology in a flexible program that allows for a significant amount of personal customization. As part of the Department of Computer Science’s Division of Data Science and Information Technology, students have a wide range of opportunities for extracurricular activities. For example, see the Cyber Security Center for opportunities available to IT students to gain experience within the cybersecurity field.
Expectations & Requirements
StandardsStudents should expect small, intimate classes staffed by full-time faculty, with access to a variety of advanced resources from laptops to large computational and data clusters to 3D printing. Curriculum includes work on projects and other hands-on approaches to information technology.
Minor RequirementsThe IT minor contains skill-based courses, which would complement nearly any degree. Students who desire specialized technology training to enhance their appeal to employers should consider an IT minor.
- 3D Printing
- Network Administration
- Software Project Management
- Big Data
- Unix and Scripting
Career options include:
System architecture and administrator
Database system architecture and administration
Network architecture and administration
Data warehouse architecture and administration
Security design and administration
Document and information management