How You Make a Difference
The world has an increasing need for professionals who can apply information technology to all aspects of life, and an IT degree can put you in a central role in that enterprise.
By gaining a broad understanding of how computer handle information--and the evolution, design, integration and management of systems--you could help build infrastructures at organizations that might one day play a key role in the global economy.
IT professionals design, deploy, and manage computing and telecommunications resources and services in a wide variety of fields including network security, management, multimedia, Web applications, gaming, engineering, criminal justice and architecture.
Visit our IT Labs
The IT Systems Administration Lab
CIP Lab - Center for Information Protection, Cybersecurity Lab
Located in GITC 1204, the CIP or Cybersecurity Lab is the place where IT Students conduct research and practice the knowledge acquired in their Network and Security courses. Lab Administrators effectively train and instruct current students in the art of proper administration and security practices so that they may positively impact the changing global IT landscape. CIP hosts many hands-on labs for a variety of classes at NJIT to teach practical experience for the theories taught by faculty. Stop by our open hours at the lab and get a hands-on and personalized learning experience. Learn from our senior staff, ask questions and get the practical experience you need. To access this lab, please contact our Lab Administrator, Vadym Apostolyuk at email@example.com, or Senior Lab Administrator, Justin Munier at firstname.lastname@example.org. Take an opportunity to follow this research group on our CIP Twitter page. The CIP Lab's Director is Dr. Robert Statica and general administration is provided by the IT Program..
Game Development Lab
Located in GITC 4219, the Game Development Lab is used by our IT Students in the Game Development specialization to practice what they have learned in their Game Development track. For
access to this Lab, please contact the IT Program Office at 973-596-5764 or contact Prof. Marc Sequeira.