Information Technology, B.S.

PREPARE FOR A CAREER IN THE GROWING FIELD OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.

Through effective integration of computing hardware and software, computing technology enables services essential to modern life. The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology offers a core of courses that give students a broad command of the concepts and skills that will enable them to describe, implement, service, and maintain such technologies. It also offers concentrations that lead to a variety of in-demand technology certifications that give students more focused credentials and skillsets.

Information Technology students will:

  • Learn how to analyze, design, implement and administer information systems
  • Investigate leading-edge topics such as IT Security and Project Management
  • Gain expertise in Web-based and object-oriented information technologies
  • Develop and manage a project through the entire Systems Development Life Cycle
  • Assemble an online portfolio that will demonstrate your strengths to your current or future employer

Concentrations offered to Specialize Your Degree

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology at Lewis University offers six distinct concentrations:

  • Networking
  • Project Management
  • Data Privacy 
  • Digital Forensics
  • Cybersecurity
  • Enterprise Computing

On Campus Opportunities

  • CaMS Cyber Defense Club
  • Upsilon Pi Epsilon National Honors Society
  • Prometheon Technology Club
  • Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)
  • IEEE Student Chapter
  • Math Club
  • e-Sports Club
  • Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (DataSAIL)

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4+1 Bachelor’s to Master’s Programs

Our 4+1 programs enable well-qualified students to earn a Master's degree in the following specialties with just one additional year of study:

Admission Requirements

Please refer to the Office of Admissions for application requirements and specific next steps.

For more information contact the Office of Admission at admission@lewisu.edu or call (815) 836-5250.