Information Technology

With Information Technology Specialists now the backbone of every industry on Earth, careers from manufacturing to tourism to banking are open to the people solving technological problems. This program in Information Technology integrates technical skill-building with the soft skills required to succeed and grow in any industry.

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Solve technological problems.

The Information Technology program will enable students to deploy the technology solutions that power modern business. With the hands-on, project based classes - co-created by leading experts from the technology sector - students will easily build skills in programming, database management, operating system knowledge and more.

Sponsors, Professors, and Experts

This program was created by a team of experts and accomplished leaders from academia and the technology sector.

Dr. Charles Severance

University of Michigan

Charles Severance holds a PhD in Computer Science from Michigan State University. He is the world’s leading online CS educator; his online courses graduate thousands of students a week. His contributions and curriculum form the backbone of many of our technology majors

Mala Sarat Chandra

Technology Pioneer

Mala Chandra developed multiple core Java technologies, including J2EE, J2ME and Java Beans. In 2004, she was named one of the 25 most influential women in the development of the internet, in addition to being named a top 50 project management professional. She has developed courses in gamification, social media and other subjects for the University of Washington.

Alexey Malashkevich

Founder, AgileCode

Alexey is a highly respected engineer and engineering manager with strong experience in building cloud-based financial technology systems. His skill in building engineering teams gives him particular insight into the skills most valuable in today’s technology workforce.

Facts Breakdown

Quick facts on the industry.

Why study Information Technology

Labor market demand for IT professionals continues to increase and well-rounded employees are thriving across every industry. Building this set of highly useful skills will serve students in any career they ultimately pursue.

Growing demand

Potential occupations such as IT specialist or network administrator are high-pay, high-growth roles.

Versatility

While the hard technical skills students will learn can open doors across industries, the soft skills and individual development in a small private college setting will allow IT students to turn entry-level jobs to long-lasting careers in this rapidly expanding field.

What you'll learn.

ITM I - Introduction to Information Technology Systems

ITM II - Networking Technologies and Telecommunications

ITM III - PostgreSQL

ITM IV - Operating Systems and Architecture

ITM V - Information Security and Data Protection

ITM VI - Information Technology Capstone

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