Professionals working in information systems technology fully understand and are able to design, implement, and manage networked information systems. They have expertise in database management systems, computer networks, information security, and software development. Their job is to create the technological solutions that help companies meet their organizational objectives.
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Information Systems Technology program provides you with the critical skills and knowledge you need to direct and control computerized information resources within diverse organizational settings.
Why Seminole State?
- Industry-driven curriculum: The courses were developed with input from the regional business community and economic development agencies and are focused on new and emerging technologies, such as information security, cyber security and mobile handheld devices.
- Lower cost: Seminole State has significantly lower tuition costs than Florida's universities.
- High-tech facilities: Classrooms and labs are equipped with the latest software from Microsoft and Apple. Cisco wired and wireless networking labs are available.
- Hands-on instruction: Class sizes are small (student-to-faculty ratio of 22:1).
- Real-life projects: A capstone assignment allows students to apply their knowledge to real-life projects.
- Unique program: Seminole State is the only public institution in Central Florida to offer this degree.
High-level computer skills are in high demand, and it's likely to stay that way for the foreseeable future. In Central Florida, an average of 1,710 IT openings are expected each year.
A bachelor's degree in information systems technology prepares you for these careers:
- Business Analyst
- Client/Server Analyst
- Computer Systems Analyst
- Database Analyst/Manager
- IT Director
- IT Project Manager
- IT Specialist
- Information Security Analyst
- Network Analyst
- Quality Assurance Manager
- System Administrator
- Technical Analyst