BS in Information Technology
Students completing the Bachelor degree in Information Technology (IT) learn to install, manage, and maintain computing infrastructure on which organizational systems run.
The BSIT includes two areas of emphasis: (1) Computer Forensics and Security and (2) Network Administration and Security.
The Computer Forensics and Security emphasis provides students with a solid foundation for employment by government or corporate sector to work in a computer forensics lab as a forensic analyst or in information security.
The Network Administration and Security concentration enables students to work as data communication consultants, information security analysts, and network administrators.
BS in Information Technology Official Curriculum Guide (pdf)
2013 BS IT Program Checksheet (pdf)