Computer Information Technology is the study of computer hardware and software solutions, a perfect major for people who want to build and administer networks and servers. At the University of Dubuque, your studies will take you into the world of Information Technology and help you gain an understanding of its role in businesses and other organizations in increasing efficiency, enhancing effectiveness, and gaining a competitive advantage. You will leave ready to build a career in network management or systems engineering.

Making a Difference Through the Study of Computer Information Technology
Students and faculty at UD are active in the field and in the classroom. Their work contributes to the advancement of human computer interaction. They have designed network and system infrastructures, implemented hardware and software solutions, and integrated systems across platforms.

Degree Distinctive

What is distinctive about a degree in Computer Information Technology (CIT) at the University of Dubuque?

  • Over 99% placement rate for CIT majors.
  • Internships with fortune 500 companies, healthcare institutions, and small businesses.
  • Hands-on learning in a computer lab and experiential classes working with industry.
  • Participate in STEM festivals, compete in computer-related contests, join the Computer Club.

Career Opportunities

Students choosing a degree in CIT can establish careers in database administration, data analysis, technical engineering, web development, systems analysis, customer service engineering, advanced help desk, network or server administration, and more. There are few jobs today that do not benefit from, if not require, someone with advanced technical training.

Resources

Computer Information Technology Faculty/Staff

Daniel Fleming

Daniel FlemingAssistant Professor of Computer Studies

Phone: 563.589.3183 Department: Computer Studies and Mathematics Office: 215 Dunlap Technology Center

CREDENTIALS

  • MA, Trinity International University
  • MDiv, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Corissa Goertzen

Corissa GoertzenAssistant Professor of Mathematics

Phone: 563.589.3413 Department: Computer Studies and Mathematics Office: 225 Dunlap Technology Center

CREDENTIALS

  • PhD, University of Iowa
  • MA, University of South Dakota
  • BA, Wartburg College

Jason JuettAssistant Professor of Mathematics

Phone: 563.589.3189 Department: Computer Studies and Mathematics Office: 228 Dunlap Technology Center

CREDENTIALS

  • PhD, University of Iowa
  • MS, University of Iowa
  • BS, Iowa State University
Ann Mauss

Ann MaussAssociate Professor of Computer Information Systems

Phone: 563.589.3612 Department: Computer Studies and Mathematics Office: 217 Dunlap Technology Center

CREDENTIALS

  • MBA, Northern Illinois University
Dawn Nelson

Dawn NelsonAssistant Professor of Computer Information Systems

Phone: 563.589.3462 Department: Computer Studies and Mathematics Office: 226 Dunlap Technology Center

CREDENTIALS

  • MS, Western Illinois University
  • BA, Ashford University
Richard (Dick) Smith

Richard (Dick) SmithAssociate Professor of Mathematics

Phone: 563.589.3276 Fax: 563.589.3688 Department: Computer Studies and Mathematics

CREDENTIALS

  • MA, Loras College
  • BS, Loras College
Lori Welsh

Lori WelshAssistant Professor of Computer Studies

Phone: 563.589.3543 Department: Computer Studies and Mathematics Office: 214 Dunlap Technology Center

CREDENTIALS

  • MBA, University of Dubuque
Roseanne Wolf

Roseanne WolfAssociate Professor of Mathematics; Hazel Rothlisberger Chair

Phone: 563.589.3716 Fax: 563.589.3688 Department: Computer Studies and Mathematics Office: 218 Dunlap Technology Center

CREDENTIALS

  • PhD, University of Iowa
  • MS, University of Iowa
  • BS, Buena Vista University