Advances in computer systems, networks, cybersecurity, and social media continue to rock all aspects of the world, from business and insurance to education, music, retail, and hospitality. A degree in information technology puts you on the cutting edge of this dynamic field. Job growth is strong: Monroe graduates have found positions at Google, Salesforce, Accenture, The New York Times, and Infosys.
Your professors are leaders in the world of IT; they include chief information officers, network and security analysts, and database administrators. They’ll prepare you for internships at leading tech firms, financial institutions, insurance companies, and government security agencies.
Computer Information Systems (AS)
Get the foundational courses you need to get started, such as classes in computer hardware and software, web design, programming logic, Cisco networking basics, security, project management, and database, along with liberal arts courses.
Computer Information Systems (BS)
Give your career that extra edge with courses focused on new technologies such as wireless communication, VR networks, VDI technology, grid processing, and cryptography.
Computer Networks and Cybersecurity (BS)
In today’s technology-driven economy, experts in computer networks and cybersecurity are essential to protect organizations from malicious activities. Your Monroe degree gives you a solid foundation in logical networks and cybersecurity while you develop the project management, critical-thinking, and technical skills essential to be effective in your field.