Why Study IT?

Help Individuals, Organizations, and Communities Achieve More

In today’s society, information and information technology are ubiquitous and influence all forms of human activity.

  • IT professionals support the goals and cultures of the people and organizations they serve;
  • More than ever, organizations rely on IT to help them be more productive;
  • The number of IT jobs continues to grow;
  • IT jobs generally pay well;
  • IT jobs provide leadership challenges and opportunities, contributing to a satisfying career that lets you combine IT with your other interests.
Students in IT Program
Students in IT Program

Prepare For a Productive Career

The FSU IT program at the School of Information will prepare you to:

  • Enable others to get more from their technology
  • Organize information to get things done
  • Lead organizations in meeting IT and information needs
  • Plan and manage projects
  • Work with teams
  • Write for the Web and compose effective e-mails
  • Write technical documents
  • Teach others to use technology
  • Establish a habit of continuous learning

IT Careers Include

  • Information Architect
  • Network Administrator
  • Technical Editor/Writer
  • Usability Analyst
  • Content Manager
  • Systems Analyst
  • Technology Coordinator
  • Web Developer/Administrator
  • Information Technology Manager
  • Social Media Manager
  • Digital Media Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Information Technology Director
  • Chief Information Officer

Learn More

Your program of study can be customized to help you make the most of your knowledge, skills and abilities.

Contact us


CCI Advising Center
4115 University Center C, FSU
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2651
Phone: (850) 644-7278
E-Mail: advising@cci.fsu.edu


School of Information Graduate Student Services
101 Louis Shores Building (LSB)
School of Information
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2100
Phone: (850) 645-3280
Email: ischooladvising@admin.fsu.edu