What is ITS?

What’s the difference between ITS and CS (computer science)?

ITS is the ONLY major that focuses on both business processes and information systems and technology.

ITS is the bridge between business and computer science. ITS emphasizes people, processes, and technology. ITS is about utilizing information systems and information technology to solve business problems. To adequately solve those problems, you need both an understanding of business and technology. We believe that the most upwardly mobile career path for those who like to work with business and technology is in ITS.

Traits of ITS Professionals

There are a lot of different profiles, but there are some traits we’ve found make great ITS professionals. Do these describe you?

ITS professionals:

Why should I major in ITS?

ITS students study information systems and their use in business and other organizations. They learn about data, databases, networks, computer security, and more.

Other contributing factors include:

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