Information Technology Undergraduate Program

Why study information technology at Missouri State?

  • More than 20 industry leaders teamed with Missouri State to build the information technology program. Many are global Fortune 500 firms. You can feel confident that you’re prepared for the best tech jobs in the industry.
  • The average starting salary for IT graduates is more than $63,000. IT workers are in demand as firms continue to invest in newer, faster technology and mobile networks. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
  • Develop the skillset it takes to work in high-tech jobs. Your talents will span software, hardware, data and business principles.

Track options

Specialize your degree with a track option. You’ll have course work in cybersecurity, data analytics, web development and more.


Careers and Outcomes

Consider the options for lifetime success. A degree in information technology is a strong foundation for careers in software, network administration, cloud computing and much more.

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