About the School
The School of Information Technology provides premier undergraduate and distinguished graduate programs for the education of computing and telecommunications professionals.
We offer three undergraduate bachelor's degree programs, two undergraduate minor programs, a master's program in Information Systems, and a graduate certificate program offering five graduate certificates.
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Information Technology News
Illinois State's School of Information Technology is a nationally recognized leader in cybersecurity education with 125 students in its rapidly growing information assurance and security sequence.
The School of Information Technology (IT) will recognize participants in the IT Professional Mentorship Program April 22 at the annual Celebrate IT reception.
Illinois State's 2nd annual Redbird Hacks challenged around 100 students on 20 teams to build or program a new website or application, all in just 36 hours.
The College of Applied Science and Technology will host Science and Technology Week April 11-April 15.
The College of Applied Science & Technology (CAST) is hosting a day devoted to women in leadership on Thursday, April 14.
Associate Professor of Networking and Communications Glen Sagers says forcing Apple to open back door to an iPhone would do extensive harm.