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Integrated Information Technology, B.S.

Molinaroli College of Engineering and Computing

Become a leader in project management, system design and implementation, networking and cybersecurity infrastructure with our integrated information technology program.

Information technology, the newest of our core computing disciplines, covers subject areas concerned with using IT to address business issues. This is a general degree that gives students the skills to address a wide array of problems. It is less theoretical and more applied than a computer science degree.

Program Highlights

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    Industrial Internship

    Supplement your education with valuable work experience through a required industrial internship.

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    Capstone Group Project

    Work in teams on a capstone project addressing real problems from external business partners.

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    Hands-on Learning

    Take classes inside our cyberinfrastructure lab to enhance hands-on learning.

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    Online Options

    Enjoy the convenience of taking the program 100 percent online or as a traditional on-campus major.

What You’ll Study

Some of the most popular courses in this program include our Professional Internship Seminar, which will prepare students to succeed in a 400-hour internship working in an IT environment, and our capstone class, where students work in teams to solve problems. You will also be required to take a set of business courses to fulfill this degree.

Building Skills

Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.

  • Agile Project Development

    Iterative project management, emphasizing collaboration, adaptability and customer satisfaction

    Database Management

    Organizing and maintaining data in a computer system, including storage, retrieval and security

    Network Security

    Protecting computer networks from unauthorized access, attacks or data breaches

  • Project Management

    Organizing and overseeing tasks to achieve specific goals


    Working with others to achieve a common goal or objective


    Working collaboratively with others to achieve a shared goal or objective

Using your degree

Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.

Potential Careers

  • System Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Network Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Cyber Security Analyst

Workplace Settings

  • Information Technology
  • Finance
  • Health Care

USC has provided an avenue to explore research goals and interests at my own pace. The College of Engineering and Computing professors excel in championing their students to go the extra mile and take the initiative to think outside of the box.

Dakota Larrabee
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Is USC Right For You?

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