Information Technology (IT)


The (IT) Associate in Science degree is designed to prepare students either for transfer to a related baccalaureate program or for employment in a variety of entry-level IT positions. The IT degree consists of a General Education Core, common to all Middlesex degree programs, an IT Program Core, covering foundation areas common to all IT careers, and the choice of either a transfer option or career-specific concentration. The Information Technology curriculum prepares students using both classroom and hands-on instruction.

Career and Transfer Outlook

Graduates of this program can anticipate either transferring to a 4-year institution or beginning a career at entry level employment within IT depending on the concentration selected. Many industries base business systems on Information Technology. Entry level employment in an area of IT design, development, administration, maintenance or other specialization related to the concentration selected is appropriate.

For more information contact:

Donald Brady, Assistant Dean of STEM
781 280-3836

Last Modified: 7/27/18