Degree type: Bachelor, Associate, Minor

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What sets Mount Aloysius apart from other colleges is that our students learn the latest technology, coupled with hands-on experience in areas such as network design, operating systems, cybersecurity, web development, and programming. Many courses help prepare students for industry certifications. Internships provide students with a real-world experience to apply their learning on the job. In turn, our graduates acquire a broad understanding of the IT field that prepares them for entry into careers in this diverse, ever-changing field.

Program Highlights

  • Hands-on experience with a dedicated lab for IT majors
  • Evening, online and accelerated courses available

  • Instruction from professionals in specialized fields

  • Provides career flexibility to specialize or explore various IT areas

  • Ability to adapt curriculum to changing technological advances

  • Minor Available

Mountie Spotlight

Coding Against Crime

Want to learn in a cutting edge cybersecurity lab from faculty that have worked in the field, not just in the classroom?

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From Student to Administrator in a Flash

Brent, ‘18, knew from a very young age that technology was his passion in life.

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For the Love of Technology

Ronnie, ‘17, developed his love of tech at the Mount, and used it to cultivate a career he loves.

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Internships That Count

Bryan Buzi impressed a huge IT consulting firm during his Information Technology program internship and landed a full-time career!

Watch a video with alum Jonathan Williams talking about the cybersecurity & digital forensics program.

Watch a video with Jeffrey Sunseri, a professor in the IT department, talking about the IT program.

Watch a video with Justin Williams, an Instructor of Information Technology, demonstrate an example of ethical hacking.

Student Voices & Success Stories

  • Carter Lehman, 2013, is a Senior Auditor at Dollar Bank in Pittsburgh
  • Jon Williams, 2017, Computer Investigative Forensic Analyst, IRS-CI, Electronics Crimes Technology Support Center. Jon enrolled in the Bachelor Science IT program specifically for the Digital Forensics Concentration. He had already earned a BA degree and, at the time, was concurrently enrolled in a Master’s program, which he completed in 2016.
  • Bryan Jordan, 2017, Information Technology Specialist – Forensic Examiner, Federal Bureau of Investigation. Bryan, concentrating in Digital Forensics, interned during the summer with the FBI, then continued the analytical work while completing his degree.
  • Michael Viveros, 2016, Software Engineer, Net Health. Michael shares his expertise by returning as a guest speaker for database classes and serving on the Business Information Technology department advisory council.
  • Chris Scoran, 2016, Technologist, Precision Business Solutions. Chris interned with the IT management and security solution provider, who then offered him a career position. He was recently awarded a Cisco Global Cybersecurity Scholarship for the summer of 2017.
  • Bethany Helsel, 2014, Associate Programmer, Sheetz Inc., Since being hired as a Programmer after graduating in May 2014, Bethany was recognized for performance and has been promoted to her current position as Associate Programmer.

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