An undergraduate degree in computer information technology prepares students for careers that go beyond traditional programming and networking. It encourages students to blend their creativity and technical expertise to explore careers in computer animation, graphic and web design, digital gaming and music, or technical writing.
The associate program educates students to be generalists in areas of business and information technology and prepares them to develop applications programs, be involved in defining and planning information systems, implement information systems applications, and manage and develop information systems.
The bachelor of arts program explores the effect technology has on society, such as the implications of artificial intelligence and the impact of technology on children.
The bachelor of science teaches students to balance the demands of being business professionals and technologists.
With the information technology sector projected to be the second largest area of job growth in the United States, an IT degree from SNHU gives you the skills you need to succeed.