Employment of computer systems analysts is expected to grow 22 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average of all occupations. A greater reliance on computer systems in organizations through-out the economy will lead to an increased demand for this occupation.

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-2013 Edition 

Innovative Preparation
This IT program prepares you 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 you can tailor your degree to your career goals. 

As an IT undergraduate, you receive a balance of theory and application as you 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. 

Outstanding Prospects
You will be prepared for a career in business, industry, and government as a computer network administrator, computer system administrator, database administrator, computer systems analyst, computer support specialist, and information security specialist. 

You will also be prepared for graduate work in information technology, computer science, and related fields.

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