Monday, July 21, 2014
Walsh College Offers Webinars on Undergraduate, Graduate Programs in Information Technology for 2014-2015: BSIT, MSIT, MSITL
Walsh College will present free, information-packed webinars for future students interested in enrollment in its undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT), graduate Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT), or graduate Master of Information Technology Leadership (MSITL) degree programs in two individual sessions this month.
The BSIT webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, July 23, while the MSIT and MSITL webinar will be held Thursday, July 31. Both start at 12:15 p.m. and run until 1 p.m. Participant registration is required for the sessions at www.walshcollege.edu/webinars.
Designed for busy working professionals interested in pursuing an advanced degree, the webinars will cover course and program content; on-campus and online content delivery; application, admission, and enrollment requirements; and career services. They will conclude with a question-and-answer period. Walsh’s $35 application fee will be waived for all webinar participants.
Here are some IT degree highlights:
- The BSIT provides a unique undergraduate curriculum focused on enhancing the ability to employ information technology for strategic advantage through an integrated study of core technology concepts and skills
- The MSIT focuses on preparing information technology (IT) professionals to optimize IT management in support of business strategies and goals
- The MSITL degree is designed to educate organizational leaders on how to assess, evaluate, determine, and manage technology choices from a business perspective.
The MSITL program is also available as part of a dual-degree option with an MBA. The dual MBA/MSITL allows students to complete two distinct graduate degrees in one concise program, providing an important academic credential.
Featured webinar presenters are Barbara Ciaramitaro, Ph.D., professor, Business Information Technology, and Terri Washburn, Ph.D., professor, Business Information Technology. Dr. Ciaramitaro teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in business information technology, project management, business intelligence, data and decision making, software engineering, secure software development and cyber security. Dr. Washburn has more than 20 years of experience in information technology.
“Demand for skilled, highly-educated IT professionals continues to out-pace supply and advanced education is more important than ever,” said Dr. Ciaramitaro. “Walsh’s undergraduate and graduate IT programs help equip students with the knowledge and critical thinking coveted by employers.”
Fall priority registration for new students begins Monday, August 11 and runs through Tuesday, September 30. For more information on Walsh College and all programs, visit www.walshcollege.edu.