Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree is designed to meet the growing demand for information technology specialists who are able to communicate effectively and are knowledgeable of business needs.
Information Technology Degree Requirements
Students may choose from the following options.:
- Computer Network Administration Option❖:
The Computer Network Administration Option includes the study of network operating systems, network security, configuration of network components, and emerging technologies. Careers for students with this option may include system network administrators, system specialists, and network specialists.
- Software Development and Multimedia Option❖:
The Software Development and Multimedia Option focuses on object-oriented technology, software engineering, multimedia and web development, and emerging technologies. Careers for students with this option include web masters, web programmers, computer programmers, systems analysts, and software engineers.
- Game Design Option:
The Game Design Option is designed to provide students with the highest possible quality education in the areas of game development and general education. It blends skills in art, computer science, mathematics, physics, and writing to provide graduates with the opportunity to pursue a career in the area of Computer Game Development including possible careers in game development for entertainment, training, and education. Graduates will also possess skills that will enable them to pursue other career paths such as multimedia artistry and animation, computer programming, and software engineering.
- Esports Option:
Esports is the fastest growing niche of the gaming industry. Employment opportunities in esports vary from gamers to writers, bloggers, event planners, team managers, multimedia graphic designers, and social media managers. Join RSU’s Esports competitive team. This option provides an Esports generalized education with both technology and management tracks into the profession.
Charles Stirens, B.S. in Business Information Technology
“RSU offered me opportunities I would not have had at other universities. Smaller class sizes and invested professors allowed me to connect with people who really know the subjects at hand. I was an intern through The Washington Center program where I got the type of knowledge you can only get from people who have succeeded in the real world and are willing to turn around and help those behind them do the same.”