Information Technology students will get hands-on experience through the major’s project based learning environment. IT students will specialize in skills and knowledge about how networks and systems work, and what to do to keep them running. Troubleshooting methods and training techniques will be instilled in students so they can be prepared for the challenges that will face them in the work force.
Computer Science experts are in high demand. Here are several possible positions and options available in the field of Applied Computer Science:
By participating in internships, students place themselves within a professional environment while generating experience and future opportunity. While internships are not required in this program, students will understand their importance and pursue internship possibilities within Oskaloosa and other surrounding communities. Listed below are local companies who have worked with WPU students as interns:
WPU opened the doors of the Musco Technology Center in 2008. Within the building, students have access to state-of-the-art equipment and machinery, giving them practical experience for after graduation. The Applied Technology Division holds most of its classes here, along with the Digital Communication program.
Information is just an abstraction unless technology provides the bridge so we humans can learn and share together.
You’ll be taking the following courses as an Information Technology student: