Information Technology (IT) students collaborate with other disciplines to create software applications, design and manage technology-based infrastructures, manage database systems, produce videos and films, and use technology to solve a wide range of complex problems.  In the one-semester capstone design course, students complete design projects that serve as a culminating academic experience.  Internships with companies for real-world experience and undergraduate research opportunities with faculty are abundant and encouraged.  Some students opt to participate in the joint degree program with the Crosby MBA, earning a BS Information Technology and a Master of Business Administration.  Students are prepared to pursue a variety of IT related careers such as programmer analysts, software engineers, database and system administrators, web developers, IT implementation specialists, and business analysts in both the public and private sectors.