Information Technology Program (B.S.)
Technology plays a role in all aspects of today’s world- in business, in government, in industry, in society, and in our personal lives. A degree in Information Technology includes real-world IT experience in defining requirements, developing software applications, building and administering complex computer infrastructure on the premises and in the cloud, and successfully managing IT projects.
Applied Statistics Business Analysis Cloud Computing Computer Science Cybersecurity Data Science Digital Forensics Game Design and Development Information Technology Network Security
The Required Courses linked above are for students who started the Information Technology (B.S.) degree program Fall 2021. For students who started prior to Fall 2021, please review your degree requirements in your Academic Catalog.