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Information Technology

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Information Technology
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Create tomorrow's technological solutions

DePaul’s Information Technology degree program emphasizes the technical aspects of IT while also providing you with a foundation in business and technical communication.

You will gain expertise in computer security, database construction, programming, problem-solving and project management.

The College of Computing and Digital Media (CDM) is located on the Loop Campus, in the heart of Chicago’s technology and business districts, providing you many opportunities to intern and work in IT with leading companies and organizations. Many CDM faculty members are working professionals and active consultants, allowing you to learn firsthand from innovators in the information technology field.

The B.S. in Information Technology degree program offers an online completion option where you can complete your third- and fourth-year courses entirely online.

Classes

Coursework

  • Accounting
  • Database Programming
  • Information Assurance
  • Marketing
  • Networks and Security
  • Programming
  • Project Management
  • Technical Writing
  • Web Development

Concentrations/Tracks

  • Standard
  • Web Development

Career Options

Common Career Areas

  • Consulting
  • Database administration
  • Database programming
  • Network security
  • Programming
  • Project management
  • Software development
  • Web development
More career info

91%

of Information Technology graduates were employed, continuing their education or not seeking employment after graduation.


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