The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (IT) curriculum provides students with a broad foundation of technical skills & understanding.
The curriculum is highly flexible which allows students to personalize their curriculum to obtain the necessary skills and knowledge needed for their desired career path.
Students interested in a career in Cybersecurity may elect to pursue a specialized Concentration in Cybersecurity. Starting in Fall 2019, the Information Technology degree with a Concentration in Cybersecurity will become a Bachelor of Science degree in Cybersecurity.
Information Technology (IT) is the study, design, development, implementation and support of information systems and supporting technologies to solve the major challenges in today's work environment. It is a broad study of how people use computers to collect, process, manage, transform, analyze, disseminate and secure data and information. IT professionals work in all manner of industries, designing hardware, software, communications networks, Internet applications, and more.
Students can remain current with emerging technology and pursue careers in the corporate, non-profit, and governmental organizations along with small businesses and entrepreneurial start-up organizations.
The IT curriculum's flexibility allows students to obtain the necessary skills requested by information technology employers.
In order to gain experience & strengthen your resume, students should: