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Information Technology

Oregon Tech students build the networks, streamline the processes, and manage the data we rely on every day.

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Classes Begin
09/25/17

 

Program


What you will learn

By earning your B.S. in Information Technology from Oregon Tech you will be prepared to begin, or advance your career with the knowledge and skills that employers across the country and around the world are looking for in this high-demand field.

Throughout the program you’ll be exposed to all the major IT specialties, including:

  • Application Development
  • Systems Analysis
  • Data Management and Analytics
  • Information Security
  • Network and Systems Administration

Working with your faculty advisor you will select one or more of these areas to focus your studies on through additional advanced coursework in our one-of-a-kind Enterprise Technology and Cybersecurity Lab.

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Extend your credentials with Certifications and Badges

Oregon Tech IT also offers certificates and badges that students can earn along the way to completing their bachelor’s degree, to help in your professional growth and opportunities for vertical moves in your organization.

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About the Program

Degrees Offered

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Focus Area Options

  • Networking, Database, Programming, Business Analytics, System Analysis

Locations

  • Klamath Falls
  • Wilsonville
  • Online

For questions, contact:


Kris Rosenberg

Kris Rosenberg, Program Director

OfficeWilsonville

Careers


Jobs and Careers in IT

With almost 90% of our graduates either employed (average starting salaries = $55k) or seeking an advanced degree within six months of graduation, Oregon Tech graduates are successful in the workplace because of the unique, in-demand knowledge and skill set they gain in the program.

Graduates of Oregon Tech’s B.S. in IT – the only program of its type in the Northwest – are prepared through a hands-on, career-directed technology program that produces innovators and problem solvers that excel in their field. Oregon Tech’s belief in the power of a hands-on education means that our graduates have the best technology placement track record of any public colleges or universities in Oregon and in many other states as well. An IT degree from Oregon Tech means something to the people you want to work for.

Our graduates work for:


  • Intel
  • Google
  • Nike
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Tripwire
  • Mentor Graphics
  • Asante Health Systems

Career Paths:


  • Network Administrator
  • Business Analyst
  • Database Analyst/Administrator
  • Systems Analyst/Administrator
  • Application Developer

Graduate Success
Among all Oregon Tech degrees 2014-2016

Employed: 88%
Continuing Education: 7%
Success Rate: 95%
Starting Median Salary: $56,000
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Courses


We prepare our students to be IT professionals. With a variety of concentrations ranging from Networking to Business Analytics, the hands-on courses at Oregon Tech will help you prepare for a career in the information technology industry. Some courses that an IT student at Oregon Tech might take include:

Installing and Configuring Windows Server

Introduces the fundamental skills required to install, configure, and manage a Windows Server.

Intro to Relational Databases

Covers the fundamentals of relational databases, and their management and operation.

Advanced Programming

Advanced survey of programming topics in areas such as Object Oriented, Data Mining, Business Intelligence and Web Scripting.

Information Systems Security

An overview of security challenges and strategies of countermeasure in the information systems environment.

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