Tuesday, April 12, 2016, the sixth annual Information Technology Expo will be held in the University of Cincinnati Recreation Center.
Information Technology (IT) is one of the fastest growing disciplines in graduate education today. UC's Master of Science in Information Technology gives you the hands on skills to immediately solve problems in industries. We have electronic classrooms, health records, manufacturing, etc. The field of IT is responsible for building, managing, and securing these global systems. There is no other field of study that cuts through so many domains and has such on impact on the world.
UC’s School of IT signed a partnership agreement with St. Ursula Academy on August 4th. Principal Craig Maliborski and CECH dean Lawrence J. Johnson committed to collaborate on the ways in which students will apply their knowledge and coursework to real-world projects. Click here to read more!
Renovation on Teachers College and Dyer Hall will be starting this September! Click here to find out more.
A Bachelor's degree in IT + a Master's degree of Science in Health Informatics are what have been combined to create the new IT + MSHI program. Click here to find out about the School of IT's newest accelerated program!
Click here to find out more about our 5 different IT certificates and our minor.
Click here to find out the open computer lab hours.
Find out more about the IT Corporate Scholars Program today!
Veteran Strong. That's Cincinnati Smart. Click here to learn about our Master of Science in Information Technology, now available 100% online!
Our vision is to advance society through the discovery and integration of applied computing technologies.
We use a variety of different software here in the IT department. Click here to find helpful download and tutorial links!
Click here to view the IT course descriptions.
Find out more about the new IT 2019 Strategic Plan!
ITSA : Our Information Technology Student Association (ITSA) build networking among students and promote involvement and leadership.
Check out the Learning Center if you need help with classes.
Click here to contact an IT program representative.
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