Information Technology Minor
Why Study Information Technology?
Information technology is a term often used to denote the application of computing and communications technologies in business, industry, government, and entertainment.
With a minor in information technology, you'll study networks as communication systems, concepts of data and how information is derived from the data, and fundamental web technologies. You will be able to apply current technical concepts and practices in the core information technologies, including programming, computer networking and hardware, databases, and web technologies.
Regardless of your major, a minor in Information Technology will give you skills and competencies that are in high demand in the workplace.
The Undergraduate Catalog contains the most current information technology program requirements.