Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Computer and Information Technology

Computer and Information Technology

We make IT work.

Fascinated by the Internet and the revolutionary changes it creates?  Do you love playing with computers, networks, and software?

Transform the way the world lives, works, and plays by building, managing, and securing web-based services and applications. With the Computer and Information Technology program at IUPUI, you’ll learn networking, security, data management, systems analysis and design, and programming—the information and technologies changing life as we know it.

Our Mission

The mission of the Computer and Information Technology Program is to assure that our students and graduates have a strong work ethic with the highest level of ethical behavior, commitment to their community, employer, and profession, and a dedication to life-long learning.

This will be accomplished by:

  • Delivering a market-driven curriculum that meets the needs of undergraduate and graduate students and employers
  • Performing the highest quality teaching, scholarship, and research with up-to-date techniques and facilities
  • Engaging students in active learning and critical thinking
  • Mentoring students in research, international programs, service, and experiential learning

Computer and Information Technology Degrees Offered:

Why Computer Information Technology at IUPUI? 

  • CIT students learn to identify, design, implement, and manage applied software and hardware solutions to business problems using current and emerging technology.
  • The CIT program creates IT professionals who can employ and manage technology to best meet the information management needs of an organization.
  • The CIT program is centered on hands-on experience and real-world problem solving with experiential learning incorporated throughout the curriculum.
  • CIT courses are taught by faculty rich with industry experience and a genuine love of teaching.
  • CIT’s low teacher to student ratio creates personalized learning experiences and opportunities to collaborate with faculty.

Common Careers for Graduates: 

  • Web Developer
  • Application Developer
  • Network Administrator
  • Security Analyst
  • System Engineer
  • Database Administrator

Program Contact

Sheila Walter

Phone: 317-274-9705
Office: ET 301

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