Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Information Technology students collaborate with other disciplines to create software applications, design and manage technology-based infrastructures, databases, design and implement large-scale audio and video productions, design digital effects and virtual reality environments, and use technology to solve a wide range of complex problems existing in today’s careers. A student’s path of education comes together during their final capstone design course, in which students design projects that demonstrate the culmination of their field of study. Abundantly available and encouraged, students may seek research opportunities with faculty, and participate in internships for credit towards the program. Students are prepared to pursue a variety of IT related careers in programming, software engineering, database and system administration, video and audio post-production, digital effects and virtual reality, web developers, IT implementation specialists, and business analysts, both in the public and private sector.