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    Are you the IT person for your family and friends, always helping someone with a tech trouble? If so, consider majoring in information technology helping to improve the communications needs of a business. Since it’s such a broad major, many students find themselves specializing in one area of interest. That may include database development, web page design, security analysis, or research to create new approaches to solve computing problems. You will also work on a senior thesis, possibly creating an app or website or analyzing how people use an existing technology.

    Courses include computer science, C++ programming, web technologies, networking, and courses in ethics and law pertaining to information technology. You will also take a fair share of business and communication classes. A typical job would be as an IT person helping to troubleshoot technical problems to keep the business humming.

    Related jobs include network administrator, information systems managers and computer programmers.

    • Missouri Tech

      Missouri Tech Save

      1690 Country Club Plaza Dr, Saint Charles, MO 63303

      Missouri Tech is college with 108 students located in Saint Charles, MO. learn more

      Offers Engineering and Tech Degrees
    • Franklin University

      Franklin University Save

      201 S Grant Ave, Columbus, OH 43215
      66
      Outcomes

      "For about a century, Franklin University in the metropolis of Columbus, OH has been the biggest single educator of nontraditional students in central Ohio. Franklin schedules courses all day long; the majority meet one night each week at 6 p.m. ... learn more

      Business School, Open Admissions

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