Gain Real Experience While Pursuing Your Degree
The Pitt-Greensburg Information Technology program is distinguished by a practice-oriented curriculum. Our hands-on approach toward exploring the most current industry practices serves to best inform decision-making skills necessary for a successful career in information systems design and consultation.
Core courses in this major emphasize programming, networking, database management, and information systems - to ensure that, immediately after graduating, students are equipped for careers in which they will effectively adapt to constantly developing technology and network standards.
Students conclude their majors by participating in an internship or conducting an independent project of their design. All four years of this program can be undertaken at the Pitt-Greensburg campus.
- Course Descriptions
- General Degree Requirements
- Printable Distribution of Credits Checklist
- Printable Program Requirements Sheet
- Tentative Course Rotation
Graduate School Guarantee — School of Information Sciences
MORE INFORMATION ON PITT-GREENSBURG GRADUATE SCHOOL GUARANTEES
- A bachelor's degree from a Pitt campus earned in a STEM Field.
- An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better.
- Complete at least one undergraduate programming course.
- Complete at least one undergraduate calculus course.
- Complete at least one undergraduate statistics course.
- For more information about the School of Information Sciences, go to www.ischool.pitt.edu