When you study computer and information technology, you will gain skills that can help solve problems in a variety of industries, such as business, manufacturing, law enforcement or healthcare. As more data and information become accessible from individual computers and across networks, the need for information technology experts will continue to grow. You can learn how to plan, analyze, design, build, maintain and manage projects. Professors and projects will expose you to software development, systems integration, data management and computer networks.
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