Information Technology

Our students perfectly blend information technology with computer science, management and communications, able to solve complex computing problems and communicate the results.

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Technology is constantly developing and evolving, presenting new challenges and opportunities

Through hands-on class projects you'll learn vital skills — like modern programming language, database management and web applications — and hone your quantitative skills.

As an information technologist, you'll determine user needs and develop, manage, and support technology-based solutions. Our students are well prepared for careers as web developers, web administrators, IT consultants, network supporters, system integrators, system analysts and application developers.

You'll work with a faculty advisor to tailor your program to your interests and career goals. The Computer Science and Informatics Program offers many closely-related programs — such as health informatics, web design & development and computer science — as well as the 3+1 Computer Science/M.S. in Library and Information Science.

So you know that Simmons is a great place to be, you've learned about our programs, maybe even come for a you're ready to apply! Let's get started.

Our Faculty

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Amber Stubbs

  • Associate Professor and Director, Division of Mathematics, Computing, and Statistics
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Nanette Veilleux

  • Professor of Computer Science and Director, Division of Mathematics, Computing, and Statistics