Complete Your Degree in Information Technology
The field of information technology boasts some of today’s hottest jobs. At Elmhurst University, you can complete your bachelor’s degree and get on the fast track to success in this high-powered industry.
The Skills You Need
You’ll gain a strong foundation in the most relevant computer technologies, from web-based programming to creating SQL databases to the infrastructure that supports modern network environments. In the final course, you’ll team up with a group of your classmates to create an Internet-based application or website.
On Campus and Online IT Courses
IT classes meet in the evenings, so it’s easy to fit them into your busy schedule. What’s more, many are offered both online and on campus. You can attend on campus classes in person, participate online in real time, or watch the presentation at a later time—the choice is up to you.
As an IT student at Elmhurst, you’ll have access to our powerful network of technologies and applications. You won’t need to buy software or even come to campus—our Citrix server boasts the latest versions of tools like visual studio, WordPress and Microsoft SQL Server, and you can access it on any device, from anywhere in the world.
Elmhurst faculty members are scholars and expert practitioners in the field. They bring years of experience in government, the military, the insurance industry and more. But most of all, they’re dedicated to getting to know you and helping you reach your goals.
Information Technology Careers
Elmhurst IT alumni are working at companies like Dyson, Walgreens and Chase Bank, doing everything from business intelligence and database development to website development. With a degree in IT from Elmhurst University, you too will be well prepared for a dynamic career in a high-growth field.
The IT program at Elmhurst set me on the right path. The classes are small, and the professors are always there to help you succeed. And I learned many essential skills that I am currently applying in my new career at Walgreens.Arturas Sigajevas '16, Technical Support, Walgreens