2020-2021 Academic Year
Paula Crouse, BSA, BEd (MSVU), MEd (Acadia), Assistant Professor
The continuing growth of computer usage in business, industry, and education has expanded the demand for individuals educated in computer information technology. The minor in information technology provides knowledge and skills that complement a student’s major area of study and expands career options for graduates. A minor in information technology will enhance a student’s major area of study since knowledge of computers is expected of every university graduate to be competitive in the work environment. There is a growing demand for professionals who possess both technology and business acumen.
Students who are interested in being an essential part of the business world; enjoy identifying, analyzing and solving problems; like being challenged by a variety of situations and technologies; or want to become a C-level executive (CEO, CIO, CSO) should enroll in a minor in information technology.
Minor in Information Technology To obtain a professional minor in Information Technology, students must fulfill the following requirements:
❏ 3.0 units of INTE, 0.5 unit of which must be at the 3000 level or above