The Information Technology curriculum introduces you to concepts surrounding the virtualization of systems and networks as well as the emerging technologies used to handle and deliver media-rich information to individuals, businesses, and institutions around the globe. This program provides you with a comprehensive understanding of cloud architecture, the communication and storage of information, and how to manage systems through project plans and industry best practices. You will study computing architecture, information storage, and systems administration, and then implement these concepts through comprehensive, hands-on projects where you will design and build solutions in a collaborative environment modeled on real industry workflows. As a result, you will learn how to implement private, public, and hybrid clouds, how to securely interconnect and distribute information through various networks, and how to scale, administer, and manage systems.
Bachelor's Objective Today’s information-technology professionals require a significant depth and breadth of both knowledge and skills to compete in the growing and dynamic field of cloud computing. In addition to gaining a foundational understanding of virtualizing systems, networks, and storage, you will understand how to create software-defined data centers that leverage this technology. The goal of the Information Technology Bachelor of Science degree program is to prepare you for this field by developing your ability to virtualize information via distributed networks and the cloud. The mission of the Information Technology Bachelor of Science degree program is to prepare you for entry-level positions in the information technology field with the expertise to define and develop the virtualization and interconnection of data, media.
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