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Information technology students at UToledo get the best of two worlds. They take classes in our nationally ranked business college and our acclaimed engineering college.
Not every company is large enough to hire a business analyst and a technology pro. That’s why University of Toledo IT graduates will always be marketable. They know business and programming.
Students enrolled in UToledo’s information technology program take courses from both the College of Engineering and the College of Business and Innovation, two of UToledo’s premier colleges. Both are accredited and nationally acclaimed.
UToledo’s information technology degree is geared to students who:
Take classes in two of UToledo’s best colleges. UToledo is acclaimed nationally for its accredited business and engineering colleges. IT majors take courses in both.
Optional co-ops. Choose to work for three semesters as an IT professional in the industry. The College of Engineering has a dedicated co-op staff to help you find paid opportunities for meaningful technical work.
Well-rounded education. UToledo IT students become technically competent in computer systems, and learn how to manage existing technologies. But they also learn “context” — how to advocate for users.
Jobs in the IT field are growing faster than the national average for other occupations. Wages are higher than average, too.
IT grads provide operational and infrastructure support for computer and information systems in businesses of all sizes and types. They work as:
The technical course work from the College of Engineering provides a broad base of core, computer-related skills and knowledge — programming, networking, human computer interaction, databases and web systems.
The classes from the College of Business and Innovation provide a solid intro to business and a good grasp of the user's perspective.