Information Technology

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (IT) program provides students with the comprehensive knowledge, skills and necessary training to pursue careers as IT professionals in one of the most dynamic areas of modern technology. In this exciting and challenging field, information technologists help the general user community solve their IT problems, determine which technologies are most appropriate for their needs, and show how to employ these technologies effectively.

Visit the US Department of Labor's O*NET Resource Center, the nation's primary source of career information, to learn important information such as work related skills, abilities, wages and employment trends about the following careers that Information Technology majors may pursue:

  • Analyst/Programmer
  • Applications Programmer
  • Communications Specialist
  • Computer Aided Software
  • Computer Security Analyst
  • Computer Systems Hardware Analyst
  • Data Communications Analyst
  • Data Security Analyst
  • Database Manager/Administrator
  • End-User Technician
  • Engineering Specialist
  • Information Systems Developer
  • Information Systems Manager
  • Information Technology Manager
  • Internet Developer
  • Internet Marketing Analyst
  • Inventory Manager
  • Management Analyst
  • Manager/Supervisor
  • Materials Manager
  • Medical Systems Designer
  • Microcomputer/Workstation Manager
  • Network Administrator/Manager
  • On-Line Services Manager
  • Operating Systems Programmer
  • Operations Manager
  • PC Support Specialist
  • Product Development Manager
  • Product Forecaster/Estimator
  • Production Line Manager
  • Production Scheduler/Planner
  • Programmer - Engineering & Scientific
  • Quality Assurance Analyst
  • Quality Control Specialist
  • Records Management Analyst
  • Relocation Analyst
  • Software Support Technician
  • Software Tester
  • Systems Administrator
  • Systems Analyst
  • Systems Integrator
  • Systems Programmer
  • Systems Technical Manager
  • Technical Sales Representative
  • Technology Consultant
  • Web Master


To find out more about the Information Technology program, please contact the
Gildart Haase College of Computer Sciences and Engineering :

Alfredo Tan, Ph.D.
Director, School of Computer Sciences and Engineering
Becton Hall, Room 300
(V) 201-692-2261

Appointments for any faculty member or professor can be made by contacting the school offices at 201-692-2261 or 201-692-2347

or visit FDU, Metropolitan Campus’