Integrated Technology (IT) specialists design and operate the computer systems that are vital to businesses and organizations today. The Husson IT curriculum includes a strong core of general business courses, general education requirements, as well as special training in computer programming, software development, systems development and implementation, web design and development, networking, and project management.
Students learn programming in key languages. Courses involving networking and network management as well as website design give students valuable high-level skills and prepare them to go directly from college into the profession.
Skills learned in the program include:
· Identifying issues and problems
· Collecting and analyzing data
· Summarizing and presenting findings
· Project management
· Communications for client interaction
At Husson University you will learn to use the computer to manage many different forms of information that are vital to organizations today.
Requirements for IT Majors
All IT majors must earn an overall 2.0 cumulative grade-point average as well as a 2.0 overall in their IT prefix courses. Transfer students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours, and at least 15 credits must be earned in IT prefix courses at Husson University.