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Information Technology and Data Analytics Programs

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Explore programs that lead to careers in the information technology and data analytics industries:

  • Business Intelligence Analytics
    Advance your current skills to the next level, applying analytical tools and techniques to big data to support critical business decision-making.
  • Cyber Security
    Gain the skills to develop and maintain sound security practices to address modern security threats.
  • Full Stack Application Development
    Develop the in-demand IT skills needed to work in the field of application development, advance your career in your current industry or pursue entrepreneurial opportunities.
  • Game Development
    Program, design, develop and produce content for game studios.
  • Geospatial Data Analytics
    Learn how to uncover hidden patterns in geospatial data and communicate your results with stunning data visualizations. 
  • Health Information Management
    Use technology to capture and analyze health data and improve health care delivery.
  • IT Data Analytics
    Examine large data sets to uncover patterns, correlations and other useful business insights.
  • IT Database Administration
    Learn to identify, organize and store information using industry practices and specialized software.
  • IT Embedded Systems Programming
    Gain the skills needed to program embedded devices and communicate with the Internet of Things (loT). 
  • IT Generalist
    Get ready for the workforce by developing a wide range of IT skills.
  • IT Programming
    Gain the skills to write code for a variety of software solutions.
  • IT Systems Management and Security
    Monitor, manage and resolve IT problems in enterprise-level computer networks.
  • IT Web Programming
    Learn the craft of computer programming through developing web applications.
  • Library and Information Technology
    Develop your people skills, advanced computer skills, attention to detail and love of learning.
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