Our Technology programs help you develop a solid understanding of how computers work and the technology behind them. You’ll learn how to apply this knowledge in a business setting and how to address a wide range of IT challenges, such as: integrating systems to meet business needs, maintaining day-to-day operations, designing networking systems, and mitigating security risks.

Potential Careers Include:

Computer Support Specialist
Database Administrator
Systems Manager
Software Developer

Industry Trends

Today’s rapidly advancing IT industry presents exciting, steady, and strong growth in the coming years as companies expand to digital platforms, increase IT security, support those who use computer systems, and analyze system data and performance. Many business sectors are likely to increase their reliance on information technology, prompting the need to hire people to design and install new computer systems. The shift to the Cloud for both storage and computing as well as the increase in everyday devices becoming connected to the Internet of Things and the continued demand for mobile computing will impact the need for workers able to design and monitor processes and systems, as well as implement more robust security policies as cyber threats increase.


27%
Increase in Web Developer and IT Professionals employment

12%
Increase in Computer and technology employment

17%
Increase in Software Developer employment

Students & Alumni

Alumni
Alum, Jenn Hammond
M.S. in Project Management

I work in IT and I wanted to become more of an asset in my current job and I needed something extra to help get me there. The Project Management degree made perfect sense.

Jenn Hammond|Class of 2012
Alumni
2015 Graduate, andrew lathrop
M.S. in Project Management

I’ve worked in IT since getting my undergraduate degree. At my place of employment, there was a gradual shift to project work and the M.S. in Project Management gave me a way to expand my knowledge in the field.

Andrew Lathrop|Class of 2015