Information Technology Program at ODU
Today, organizations of all scopes and sizes employ and rely on information technology to perform, complete and optimize its various processes. ODU’s Information Technology program prepares students to apply IT support to improve business practices while also managing and maintaining the computing infrastructure on which organizational systems operate.
- Bachelor’s degree available.
- Gain technical skills including web development, database management, operating system knowledge, programming, technical writing and hardware deployment.
- Estimated 22% job growth from 2020-2030 (Computer and Information Research Scientist – U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- $131,490 median pay (Computer and Information Research Scientist – U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
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Degrees & Courses
Review the requirements and courses for the Bachelor's degree in Information Technology program.
Outcomes & Careers
Learn how ODU’s Information Technology program prepares you for a successful career in this rapidly growing field.
Have Questions? Contact Us!
Alae Loukili, D.Sc.
Assistant Professor, Computer Science
Sansbury Hall, Room 229
For admission questions, contact:
Griffin Student Center, 203
(800) 955-OHIO (955-6446)