Students can focus on one or more of the following IT specialized areas by applying for the embedded minor or by completing five higher-level IT courses.
This minor is for students interested in developing highly marketable skills in statistical analysis. See applied statistics minor for details.
This minor provides students with the specialized knowledge to analyze business processes and improve them through digital transformation. See business analysis minor for details.
This minor provides students with the specialized knowledge to support technology implementation on cloud infrastructures, including architecting, developing, and managing systems. See cloud computing minor for details.
This minor is for students who plan to be software developers and design and build modern software products. See computer science minor for details.
This minor is designed for students who wish to work in the growing field of cybersecurity, other than in network security. See cybersecurity minor for details.
This minor provides students with the specialized knowledge in the fast-growing field of data science and artificial intelligence. See data science minor for details.
This minor is for students who wish to investigate digital incidents, both corporate and criminal, and prepare digital evidence increasingly used in courts of law. See digital forensics minor for details.
Game Design and Development
This minor is for students who wish to develop high-quality games for a variety of media in the gaming industry and increasingly in business. See game design and development minor for details.
This minor is open to students pursuing a degree other than the B.S. in Information Technology and provides students with a general understanding of the information technology field including computer hardware and networks, information security, database management, and Java software development. See information technology minor for details.
This minor provides students with specialized knowledge and skills to work in the administration and security of complex computer networks. See network security minor for details.
In addition to these IT minors, students may elect another minor offered by the School of Business, including: