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Information Technology, B.S.

An information technology (IT) specialist assumes responsibility for selecting appropriate hardware and software for an organization; integrating those products with organizational needs and critical infrastructure; and installing, customizing, securing, and maintaining those applications for the organization's users. Graduates possess more than knowledge and practical hands-on expertise, they also have the confidence and know the strategies to take care of both the information technology infrastructure and the people who use it.


8%
Michigan Job Growth

Information technology opportunities are projected to grow 8% in Michigan by 2025.

10%
National Job Growth

Information technology opportunities are projected to grow 10% in the U.S. by 2025.

Experienced Faculty

Most faculty members have doctoral degrees and a breadth of industry experience.


Source: EMSI, 2021

Program Overview

Information technology students receive a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. Grand Valley State University's IT program embraces the value of hands-on learning supplemented by collaboration with professionals from multiple computing disciplines during their internship and capstone project. A minor in IT is also available.

Why Study Information Technology at Grand Valley?


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