Become a Leader in a Technical World

Drive, Change and Innovation

Technology is a part of every industry—in government and in public and private sectors. It drives our everyday lives. Nova Southeastern University’s B.S. in Information Technology (IT) prepares you for in-demand careers in technology. You’ll develop skills in programming, web development, network security, database management and human-computer interaction, giving you a wide variety of career options upon graduation.

NSU’s Information Technology curriculum is designed to increase your confidence in math and technical fundamentals. Hands-on learning will help you build your skills and understanding of critical theoretical concepts including the structure and operation of computers. From multimedia design to cybersecurity your courses will touch upon all the prominent areas of technology. At the end of your program, you’ll be ready to take on an independent or faculty-guided project, or an internship in information technology. NSU gives you the edge you need to become a high-earning, IT professional who can solve problems for companies around the world.

Why Should You Major in Information Technology at NSU?

Explore High-Demand Tech Careers

With an IT degree, you can become a leader in a variety of professional positions and industries, including: database administrator, information technology architect, information technology support, infrastructure specialist, mobile solutions support, network support, systems engineer (sales support) and user account support. According to U.S. News & World Report, jobs in technology jobs are consistently ranked among the best. “IT Manager” was ranked #13 in their “Best Paying Jobs” list.

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Average Starting Salary

According to a 2020 report from PayScale.com, graduates with a bachelor’s degree in information technology make an average of $67,407 per year.

Shark Destinations

NSU information technology alumni go on to enjoy exciting and rewarding careers. You’ll find graduates at companies like Apollo Bank, ClaimRuler, Forthright Technology Partners, Larkin Community Hospital, BioReference Laboratories and Citrix. Some of the positions they hold include, IT Security Specialist, QA Engineer II, Junior System Administrator, Computer Help Desk Specialist and Medical Laboratory Technologist. *

*Data provided by NSU’s Office of Career Development