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Your career in information science and technology
Today’s businesses demand professionals who understand information technology, are comfortable in a digital environment and can synthesize, analyze and learn from vast amounts of information.
Graduates of the information science and technology program at S&T hold managerial positions at tech companies, test software for user compatibility, manage networking, and design and implement web applications.
Although information science and technology is a computer-focused degree, as a graduate of the program, you’ll spend most of your day working with customers, not machines.
The average starting salary for S&T 2016 graduates in Information Science & Technology was $56,631 (BS in IST) and $70,000 (MS IST).