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B.S. Information Technology

Program overview

The program in Information Technology (IT) is a bachelor's completion degree that allows you to create and build a unique IT pathway based on your ultimate career goals and/or plans for graduates studies—your own "Custom fIT" (CIT) degree program.

You will learn the fundamentals of IT during the first two years, then develop your specialization in the last two years of the program through a set of courses and electives, a faculty-guided research or individual project, and a year-long capstone designed by you with the help of your instructors.

Curriculum overview

Career possibilities for graduates

IT graduates may work as a database administrator, data analyst, data center specialist, desktop support person, IT infrastructure support person, network administrator, software support person, or systems administrator.

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