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
This semester the School of Information Technology began offering an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) course as an elective in the undergraduate and graduate curricula.
Mary Elaine Califf has accepted the position of director of the School of Information Technology. Califf has been serving as the interim director; her permanent duties will begin on July 1.
Senior computer science major Rachel Schifano isn't afraid to get outside her comfort zone. And this semester, that meant competing in the School of Information Technology's Mobile App Development Contest.
U.S. News & World Report has released its list of "The 100 Best Jobs" for 2014, and jobs in information technology top the list.
The College of Applied Science and Technology will induct seven new members into its Academy of Achievement Friday, April 4, during the 14th annual Science and Technology Week.
The judges’ scores have been tallied, and the finalists in the 2014 MAD Contest, sponsored by State Farm, have been selected.