Monroe College's Bronx campus is an ideal urban campus located in the bustling Fordham section.

New Rochelle

Located in downtown New Rochelle, the Monroe College New Rochelle campus is nestled in a diverse, thriving suburban community in Westchester County.

St. Lucia

Located on the Vide Boutielle Highway, Monroe College’s St. Lucia campus offers a practical education designed to give students a competitive edge in the workplace.

  • Bachelor's Degrees in Information Technology

    Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Networks and Cybersecurity

    In today’s technology-driven economy, experts in computer networks and cybersecurity are needed more than ever to protect companies and organizations from hacking and other malicious activity. Demand for cybersecurity experts far outpaces the number of qualified candidates; by 2020, there will be 1.5 million unfilled Cybersecurity positions worldwide.*

    Our B.S. in Computer Networks and Cybersecurity provides theoretical, analytical, and practical skills through a solid foundation in computing, networks, and cybersecurity. Students develop the project management, communication, critical-thinking, and technical skills required to be effective in the industry. 

    * The 2015 (ISC)2 Global Information Security Workforce Study, Frost & Sullivan 

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    Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems 

    It’s an exciting time to enter the field of Computer Information Systems (CIS). Since 2003, employment in the IT industry has grown by 37%. IT professionals can be found in virtually all industries, including health, fashion, music, finance, hospitality, non-profit and government. 

    The Bachelor's (BS) degree program in Computer Information Systems (CIS) focuses on developing employable technologists. Monroe teaches students to apply what they have learned and to be adaptable in a constantly changing technological world. The curriculum focuses on developing four important competencies: technical skills, business skills, industry experience and certifications. The program is geared to respond to new technologies, such as wireless communications, 3D virtual reality networks, grid processing and cryptography.

    Even if the employer you choose does not focus solely on IT, your job will most likely require the use of computers and technology to accomplish tasks and process information. In fact, 92% of all IT workers are in non-IT companies. Monroe graduates are employed by an array of organizations ranging from those the size of IBM to small public service firms. Some have even gone on to pursue advanced degrees at institutions through the U.S.

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