Information Technology, Page 5

Portrait of Dale Musser

IT Program Tackles Drone Technologies

hen you want a cloud-computing service at work, you call IT. But who do you contact to integrate a company drone into daily operations? That may not be an everyday problem now, but unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) are quickly becoming a reality for many businesses. And that’s where the Information Technology Program at Mizzou Engineering is stepping up.

A graphic showing a lock over coding. Students in the Cybersecurity Club will have opportunities to explore the field.

Cybersecurity Club Will Provide New Opportunities

A new Cybersecurity Club will give Mizzou Engineering students the opportunity to hone their technical skills, compete in regional and national events and meet industry professionals.

Screenshot of IT faculty and students at virtual town hall.

IT Faculty Welcome New, Returning Students

The Information Technology Program at Mizzou Engineering is a tight-knit community. That was one take-away from a virtual town hall meeting on Thursday, Aug. 20, welcoming new and returning IT students.

IDE lab

Interactive Digital Environments Lab Benefits Faculty, Students

An innovative new lab now open in Lafferre Hall will benefit both faculty and students at Mizzou Engineering. The Interactive Digital Environments Lab will allow instructors to record high-quality lectures and demonstrations. For Information Technology students, the lab provides the opportunity to gain hands-on experience.

IT Program student Andy Schuster stands in front of the Mizzou columns.

Undecided Major Finds Fit in IT Program

Andy Schuster wasn’t sure what he wanted to major in when he transferred to Mizzou from a community college. But he was sure about a few things. Schuster has always been fascinated by the way things work. He likes to tinker with stuff. And he learns best by doing. So when he discovered the Information Technology (IT) Program at Mizzou Engineering, it was a perfect fit.

Group of students work on computers around a table.

IT Developer Nights to Continue Online this Fall

Students interested in coding and programming are invited to weekly IT Developer Nights at Mizzou Engineering. The event series will continue this fall, although sessions will likely be held online.

Laptop with smart phone and earphones

Mizzou Engineering Adds Four New IT Certificates

Those wanting to becoming tech savvier now have more options. Mizzou Engineering’s Information Technology program will offer four new IT certificates this fall. And students can complete the IT certificates entirely online.


Lab to Take Online Learning to New Levels

Mizzou Engineering students could see advanced online learning experiences this coming year. A new lab will equip faculty from across the College with professional-level studio equipment.

IT students Matt Sadler and Kim Murphy

Adults looking for career change turn to IT

Adults looking for a career change are turning to an Information Technology degree from Mizzou Engineering.


Information Technology Degree Program Prepares Graduates for Success

Students graduating with an Information Technology degree this weekend say the program has prepared them not only for their first job out of college but also for future opportunities.