The goal of the undergraduate IT program is to prepare students to use and support the appropriate use of computer technology to meet diverse needs of business, government, education and other organizations. IT graduates will possess the skills and knowledge to assume appropriate entry-level professional positions, and to grow into leadership positions or pursue graduate study.
Each concentration is composed of three to four courses. IT majors must complete two concentrations, at least one of which must be within the CIS Department. These IT courses equip students from all disciplines. Students must select three courses within the same concentration core. The following concentrations are currently recognized:
Information Assurance and Security (IAS):
Students will learn fundamental topics of Information Assurance and Security.