Information Technology majors
Get prepared to meet the challenges associated with technological developments emerging in all types of industries.
Overall employment of network and computer systems administrators is expected to grow 28 percent through 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. (source)
Median annual wages of network and computer systems administrators were $72,560 in May 2012. (source)
The technology component prepares you with a general knowledge of computers and computer applications, and provides you with an understanding of specific systems and applications.
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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
- information assurance analyst
- cyber security specialist
- information security specialist
- network architects or engineers
- information systems administrators
- network administrators or analysts
- computer game programmer
- software application developer
- system administration
- systems administrators or analysts
- operating systems programmers/analysts
- software development engineers
- network specialists
- network technicians
- systems administrators
Fifty years ago, with the challenge laid before him by Williamsport Technical Institute Director Kenneth E. Carl, former faculty member George E. Wolfe developed the college's first computer courses.
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Other Information Technology Information
Students enrolling in an information technology major (BIS, BNW, BWD, BGS, TU) must have a laptop. View the laptop requirements.
Penn State Computer Store
As a Penn College student, you are eligible for Penn College hardware/software discounts and to purchase hardware/software through the Penn State Computer Store.