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For students interested in the application and support of technology, we offer an interdisciplinary major and minor in information technology. The major provides students with a solid technical grounding in computer science and information technology, as well as education in the "soft" interpersonal skills of communication, teamwork, critical thinking, and ethical decision-making that are vital to the IT industry. An information technologist determines user needs and then develops, manages, and supports technology-based solutions. Students take courses in communication, management, philosophy, computer science and information technology. Students are prepared for a broad range of careers such as web content provider/manager, web developer, web administrator, IT consultant, network support, customer/ desktop support, system integrator, system analyst, and application developer.
Information Technology and Computer Science
Communications (One of the following):
Managment (One of the following):
Three courses from an application domain* or a minor in another discipline.
*An application domain is a discipline in which information technology is applied, such as management, the sciences, communications, elementary education, art/music, technical etc. Courses required to fulfill the application domain requirement will be chosen by the student and approved by her advisor.