Technology is a little like oxygen– it’s necessary for every professional field: business, education, medicine, law enforcement, communication, science, engineering, manufacturing, service industries, the gaming industry and more. You name it, and computer technology is right there– making things work in every imaginable way.

If you want a career in a field that is always new, always challenging and always growing, Information Technology is for you!

The Information Technology degree offered by the University of St. Francis is designed to prepare technology profes­sionals in the efficient use and integration of network technology into existing company structures. The program focuses on basic business functions within companies. You will gain detailed knowledge, skills, and methods necessary for understanding, creating, and supporting emerging technology, networks, and system security.


“USF has given me an unforgettable experience. Faculty members have allowed me to grow both intellectually and as a person. Each professor has supported me and my goals, and was more than willing to help me achieve anything I set my mind to. I was pushed and motivated to learn, grow, and become a better person. This incredible support system has surrounded me with an incredible group of colleagues, mentors, and friends.”

–Autumn Lee

What Can You Do With This Degree?

There are many career paths in the field. Some popular job titles include software architect, network engineer, information security manager, computer and information scientist, database administrator, data analyst, web developer, JAVA developer, computer programmer, network support technician and support specialist.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the growth rates for computer and information technology jobs are expected to grow by 12% by the year 2024, creating hundreds of thousands of new positions.


  • Students in other programs can also earn a minor in Information Technology



The University of St. Francis is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Grow Through Real-World Experience

From projects, to hands-on labs, to internships University of St. Francis students  combine practical experience with their college curriculum. 

Information Technology majors will also get experience in the classroom, with projects that give them hands-on experience with the tools and resources being used in businesses today. One thing is certain: the University of St. Francis will be sure you are prepared for ultimate success in the working world after graduation.

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