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In response to a growing demand among employers, the University of New Hampshire will launch its new Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree this fall. The program, an option of the Computer Science Department in the College of Engineering and Physical Science, requires students to also choose a second discipline outside IT to better understand how an industry utilizes information. For more information on the new Bachelor of Science degree in information technology, visit cs.unh.edu/bsit.htm.
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Title Annotation:EDUCATION
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U1NH
Date:Sep 11, 2009
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