We live in a digital world. So, choosing to study information technology is one of the safest education decisions you can make. An IT degree will equip you to become a critical organizational resource in any industry, and the Dominican University IT program will also enable you to develop a marketable industry specialization if you desire.

Throughout your studies, you’ll develop core information technology skills, build in-demand soft skills, and prepare for prominent industry IT certifications. You’ll get plenty of opportunities for hands-on learning by working with the Dominican University IT department, including our Chief Information Officer who’s one of our IT professors, and through at least one internship at a local or national business.

Our motto is Doing Business Right, which means we not only teach you how to drive business success through information technology, we also teach you how to improve the world through IT. Such skills are increasingly important in a world where consumers demand ethical and sustainable business practices. You can choose a concentration in Infrastructure or Application Development.

While we teach most of our classes in-person during the day, we also offer evening classes and online information technology courses. So, if you’ve got other responsibilities, you’ll easily be able to fit your studies into your busy schedule.

Of course, going to a university isn’t just about academics, so we’ve made sure you’ll get the support you need to succeed with your studies while also having heaps of fun along the way. If you choose Dominican University, you’ll have the opportunity to join any of a wide range of clubs, really flex your athletic muscles, and take advantage of everything the nearby New York has to offer.

With an IT degree, you could become anything from a computer service technician to a chief information officer. And at Dominican University, you’ll have a great university experience while you earn your BS-Information Technology, an IT minor, or an IT certificate.

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An interdisciplinary IT degree that’ll enhance your resume and kickstart your engaging and rewarding IT career

The highest levels of personal support

Staff who are committed to your success

The finest small-university athletic program in the region

A spirited campus environment

Close proximity to New York City and three major airports

The Dominican Difference

When I first came to Dominican University and heard about the IT program here, I was overjoyed especially after learning that the professors and staff in will do everything in their will power to help students succeed.

Deborah Mathew, ’25


Full-time Faculty

Miles from NYC

100% of First-Time,
Full-Time Freshman Receive Financial Aid

Job Opportunities

Our world is only going to become more reliant on digital technologies, so demand for IT graduates is going to continue to grow. And more sectors are delving into IT innovation every day, so, by the time you graduate, there will likely be even more amazing IT job opportunities for you to choose from.

Right now, some examples of the kinds of job titles you could aspire to include:

  • Computer service technician
  • ICT help desk technician
  • Business analyst
  • Business development manager
  • IT continuity risk analyst
  • Cyber security analyst
  • IT security engineer
  • Data analyst
  • Data scientist
  • Datacenter technician
  • Database administrator
  • Information management officer
  • Computer hardware engineer
  • IT consultant
  • IT security consultant
  • IT manager
  • ICT project manager
  • Multimedia developer
  • Software developer
  • Web developer
  • Network administrator
  • Network and systems engineer
  • Programmer
  • Software developer
  • Systems administrator
  • Chief information officer

What You’ll Learn

Throughout your IT degree, you’ll learn core ‘hard skills’ like hardware, software, programming, network management and design, and database management. And you’ll get the opportunity to take liberal arts courses that relate to the industry you’d like to specialize in, so you can better understand the businesses you wish to work within. We’ll also help you develop the in-demand ‘soft skills’ that will set you apart from other IT graduates, helping you secure your dream jobs.

You’ll also learn more advanced IT skills when you choose your concentration. We offer concentrations in application development (e.g. for budding app developers) and IT infrastructure (e.g. to equip you to manage IT infrastructure for large corporations).
Above all, you’ll learn how to use information technology to make the world a better place.

Degree Details


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Course structure

When you enroll in the Dominican University IT degree program, you can choose to complete a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, a Minor in Information Technology or a Certificate in Personal Computers.

For a BS Information Technology, you’ll complete 120 credits consisting of:

  • 60 credits from the liberal arts division
  • 31 core credits (MG 211, MK 114, IX 250, BU 213, AC 111, AC 112, FN 226, MG 310, MG 355, MG 474)
  • 24 IT course credits
  • Three internship or practicum credits
  • Two Freshman Seminar credits

For a Minor in Information Technology, you’ll complete 18 credits consisting of:

  • Units IX 250, IXZ 200
  • Four other IT courses

We also offer a New-York-State-approved Certificate in Personal Computers, which consists of:

  • IX 120 (word processing)
  • IX 130 (graphics)
  • IX 140 (internet)
  • IX 150 (office tech)
  • IX 160 (project management tech)
  • IX 170 (publishing tech)
  • IX 180 (communications tech)
  • IX 190 (spreadsheets)


If you choose to undertake a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (you want to major in information technology), you can choose from three concentrations:

  • Public Health Informatics and Technology (PHIT) – PHIT is a developing field that brings advances in data science to work towards improving public health for all. If you want to improve lives and have a passion for analyzing data and solving puzzles, PHIT is right for you!
  • Infrastructure — If you want to learn how to develop and support the information technology infrastructure that underpins businesses around the world, this concentration is for you. You’ll study things like help-desk management, technology hardware, network technology, and windows server management.
  • Application Development — If you want to learn how to build apps, games, or other kinds of software applications, this concentration is for you. You’ll study intermediate and advanced programming, and can choose to study mobile app development, programming for the internet, transact SQL programming, and applied software development.

IT Certification

Three of our units are based on industry technology certifications. If you complete any of the below courses, you’ll be well equipped to take the IT certification exams, which will greatly enhance your CV, and we recommend you do so while you’re a student or soon after you graduate (while all the information is fresh in your mind).

  • IX 300 is based on the Comp TIA A Certification
  • IX 310 is based on the Comp TIA Network Certification
  • IX 330 is based on the Microsoft Server Certification

IACBE Accreditation

The Division of Business Administration at Dominican University of Blauvelt has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA.

Department Staff

Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky, B.A., M.B.A., CFA

Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky, B.A., M.B.A., CFA

Director of DBA, Assistant Professor

Carrie Boericke, BA, MA

Carrie Boericke, BA, MA

PHIT Project Manager and Assistant Professor

Russell Diaz, A.A.S, B.S., M.S.

Russell Diaz, A.A.S, B.S., M.S.

Chief Information Officer, Academic Technology Coordinator and Adjunct Instructor

Denise Dawkins Weir, MS

Denise Dawkins Weir, MS

Administrative Assistant, PHIT Internship Coordinator

Mary McLean-Hely

Mary McLean-Hely

Director of Online Education/Instructional Technologist, Interim Coordinator for Information Technology Program

Jovan Žigić

Jovan Žigić

Adjunct Professor

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