Information Technology, B.S.
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The Bachelor of Science Information Technology degree prepares graduates for technical positions in the fields of information systems management, information technology, network security, and digital forensics, and computer programming. Graduates of this program will have a broad understanding of processes that support the development, delivery and management, and security of information systems.
The program has a strong commitment to maintain standards of excellence in content and to continuously upgrade curriculum to meet industry needs. The primary objective is to provide a broad foundation of career skills, professionalism, and the ability to be life-long learners for our graduates. Some associated careers are technical positions in the expanding fields of information and technology including but not limited to networking, security, computer systems, programming, systems design and maintenance and project management in information technology fields.
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Some associated careers are:
- Computer systems
- Systems design and maintenance
- Project management in information technology fields
The bureau of labor statistics reported in 2016 the mean annual wages for the following information technology professions:
- Network and computer systems administrators - $79,600
- Database administrators - $84,950
- Computer programmer - $79,840
- Information security analyst - $92,600