You’ll have a well-rounded skill set to manage, implement, integrate and troubleshoot technology systems encompassing servers, networks, software and hardware to databases and proprietary platforms.Visit the department
The Bachelor of Science in IT will give you the skills you need to support computer science, computer engineering or IT studies at the master’s or Ph.D. level or enter this thriving field upon graduation. Your professors are experts in fields such as web applications, social media, software, HTML and programming languages, and they know how to pass that knowledge on to students like you.
What You Can Earn
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Digital networks and modern IT systems, for both business and entertainment, are the focus for this degree. You’ll also implement a software system as your capstone experience.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
You’ll learn mathematics, programming and computer architecture, as well as gain experience working with networks, algorithms and operating systems. For the capstone experience, you’ll work as a team to implement a software system.
Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity (Online)
Cybersecurity is high-demand, high-reward career path. With a B.S. in cybersecurity, you’ll gain the knowledge and tools to identify cyber risks, actors and methods to deter threats and keep data, people, and organizations safe.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Grades 6-12
Take your B.S. in computer science back to the classroom. Combined with a minor in curriculum and instruction, this B.S. degree prepares you to prepare the next generation of students.
You’ll graduate with an in-depth knowledge of computer hardware, software and communication networks. This is exactly what you’ll need to win a rewarding role as a game or graphics developer or network administrator. Other McMurry IT graduates have become academic, commercial or industrial researchers or joined large software firms.