Computer and Information Technology Student Experiences
Hear from students who graduated with a major in Computer and Information Technology.
- Delivery: On campus
- Credits: 120
- Internships: Engage in immersive learning that applies classroom theory to meaningful professional experiences.
To stay relevant in a global economy, modern businesses need sharp leaders who keenly understand business technology. As a major in computer and information technology at Ball State, you’ll become one of those leaders. Our program of study helps you build a strong foundation in the concepts, theories, and practices of information technology, including the design, implementation, and administration of secured systems and networks.
To master business technology, you’ll need to go beyond classroom learning. That’s why our course of study includes an internship where students engage in immersive learning that provides meaningful professional experiences.
Skills You Will Learn
- Datacenter Virtualization
- Cloud Computing
- Wired/Wireless Network Infrastructures
- Technology Leadership
Careers in Computer and Information Technology
Graduates of the program are well-prepared for technical and supervisory positions in information technology. They may work as:
- computer support specialists
- system/network administrator
- system/network engineer
- IT project manager
- director of technology
- IT consultant
Graduates may also provide software, hardware, and networking support and identify, research, and resolve hardware and associated software problems.
Several students also choose to enter graduate school directly after graduation. This is an alternative appropriate for students who intend to pursue careers in information technology administration.
Our Center for Information and Communication Sciences (CICS) online and in-person master's programs allow you to begin your graduate studies at Ball State. To learn more about the CICS master's programs contact Kirsten Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take the Next Step
If you’d like to learn more about our Computer and Information Technology program, feel free to call or email us. Or one of the best ways to get a true feel for Ball State is to see it for yourself, so schedule a visit today! And if you’re ready to apply, review our admission requirements and complete our online application.