Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Where business meets technology

Dive head-first into the thriving worlds of both business and computer information systems. As organizations increasingly rely on electronics to stay connected and functioning, demand has skyrocketed for computer professionals who can make technology decisions with the businesses’ needs in mind.

Frostburg’s Information Technology program can give you the education you need in both computers and business to make the best decisions possible and lead your company and your career to a tech-savvy tomorrow.

You Have Options

The Information Technology program at FSU provides several options for meeting your individual needs. Frostburg State helps you choose how to best fulfill your personal goals. Choose a track specialization in:

  • Accounting
  • Business Information Technology
  • Computer Security
  • Graphic Arts or
  • Mass Communication.

Major requirements View our course descriptions


Beyond the Classroom

In addition to coursework, you'll have a variety of ways to build your skill set and resume:

  • Join the FSU chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and enjoy all the resources and membership perks it has to offer.
  • Find friends and other passionate IT students in the Upsilon Pi Epsilon honor society or in the student-run Computer Club.
  • Collect your stand-out projects and programs into a portfolio that will impress your future employer and get you the job you want.

Facilities

Enjoy all the state-of-the-art technology and support available in the Gira Center for Communications and Information Technology, the new home of the Computer Science & Information Technologies department.
CCIT in spring
computer class full of students
professor teaching class

Career Outlook for Information Technology Specialists

Students entering the IT field can expect to be in high demand upon graduation. Positions like network architect, computer systems analyst, database administrator and systems manager are expected to grow much faster than the national average. Well-qualified systems specialists also enjoy very good prospects for advancement, as many businesses have a hard time finding qualified applicants in this rapidly growing field. For more information, visit the US BLS Occupational Outlook Handbook.

Build your career with Google, the FBI, Lockheed Martin or Northrop Grumman, where FSU alumni have already found homes.

 

Contact Admissions

Department of Computer Science and Information Technology