The Computer Systems Technology program prepares technology professionals to manage computer systems and develop applications in a variety of settings. Students develop knowledge and communication skills to successfully collaborate on projects.
The Computer Systems Technology program at Illinois State provides students with a strong background in:
Our labs also emulate the latest technologies, giving students a relevant and in-demand skillset.
The program’s diverse coursework emphasizes:
Students learn in a hands-on environment and have opportunities to earn IT technical and professional certifications from organizations such as Microsoft, CompTIA, and Cisco.
Computer Systems Technology students learn and work in two microcomputer labs, two telecommunications facilities, and an electronics laboratory.
You'll become a well-rounded technology professional through hands-on courses and lab work. Rather than focusing on one specific skill, you'll graduate with experience in a broad range of technologies—preparing you for the demands of today's corporate and industrial employers.
Our graduates go on to become...