|Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
- Focuses on IT infrastructure and services, networking technology, server technology, and systems analysis
- Emphasizes the use of technologies for solving complex problems in computing systems
- Meets the growing demand for individuals skilled in the management of information technology systems
- May lead to such jobs as Information Security Engineer, Network Operations Technician, Network Systems and Data Communications Analyst and/or Network and Computer Systems Administrator -some of the fastest-growing careers in the U.S.
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