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Information Technology and Security - Concentration in Network Professional Program Information

Bachelor of Science


Curriculum Accreditation  


Information Technology and Security has become one of the highest demand areas by employers. Information, whether personal or business, is extremely valuable and there will always be individuals looking for ways to acquire it. Organizations need technology professionals who understand and can defend against the many threats to protect their valuable assets and run secure networks in today’s global business environment. Earning an Information Technology and Security degree prepares graduates for careers in network and computer systems administration; computer user support; information assurance and risk management; and cyber defense. Leveraging specialized skills and an understanding of business processes, students develop, troubleshoot, support, and protect computer networks to help organizations operate more effectively and securely. Graduates can continue their education with a Master of Science in Information Systems degree.


This program is offered on the following campus: Auburn Hills (AH), Allen Park (AP), Clinton Township (CT), Flint (FL), Jackson (JK), Muskegon (MU), Online (OL)
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Information Technology and Security - Concentration in Network Professional (BS) Program

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Program Mission & Outcomes

The College of Information Technology's focus is to advance student learning and achievement through excellence in teaching within a dynamic and supportive learning environment.  Our programs deliver practical education to prepare students for professional careers in information technology.  We strive to prepare our graduates to be ethical professionals of life-long learning, career success, and community engagement.


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No Background Check required.


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