The Information Technology (ITECH) degree from the College of Arts and Sciences takes students into the worlds of information security, digital forensics, virtualization, and cloud computing. This program provides students with cutting edge coursework and advanced, real-world projects. The program collaborates closely with related programs in Computer Science, Criminal Justice, and Management Information Systems so students can tailor their degree to their career goals. Information Technology undergraduates receive a balance of theory and application as they learn to use a broad range of software and hardware to design and deploy various computer and network systems; and to work independently and collaboratively to solve problems.
Students must meet all university requirements for a bachelor's degree.