Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

What is it?

Information technology is a field that manages the use of computers, software and networks. At Mizzou, the IT program includes the study of web application development, virtual and augmented reality, database management, cybersecurity, digital media systems and 2D/3D modeling and animation.

Why pursue it at Mizzou?

Learn to work with current and emerging technologies used in everyday life. In this 126-credit hour program, you’ll combine core courses with technical electives to customize your degree. Gain hands-on experience through undergraduate research working with autonomous systems, app development, virtual reality and more. Join student organizations to complement traditional coursework.

Potential outcomes


Median starting salary for 2022 Mizzou Engineering information technology graduates.

IT students go on to work in industries such as:

  • Technology
  • Finance
  • Consumer and Business Services
  • Media and Entertainment

Our graduates work for companies such as:

  • Oracle Cerner
  • NetSmart
  • EquipmentShare
  • Enterprise

Course Catalog
Degree Sheet

Online Program

The B.S. IT is offered 100% online through Missouri Online.