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Program in Information Technology

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Information Technology is where computers meet networking. The Information Technology Program prepares students for a variety of careers across the entire information economy.

Why Study Information Technology at NJIT?

Information Technology (IT) is the "practitioner focused" discipline within the field of computing. The BSIT degree program, the applied computing degree at NJIT, provides a balanced approach to software and hardware applications and their conceptual underpinnings. Moreover, the program offers an array of specializations that prepare students to enter various areas of the information economy. IT courses are taught by faculty and industry professionals having years of IT experience. Students benefit from a hands-on approach that provides them with a real grasp of the actual technology, development tools, and paradigms in demand in the IT industry.

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