Information Technology Programs

Meet the Dean

Meet Dean Jeffrey M. Buck, PhD, and learn more about your career path in information technology. Discover how Purdue University Global offers a world-class, career-oriented education that has a unique blend of accessibility, flexibility, and support.

Course-Specific Hardware and Software Requirements

Some information technology courses require you to meet certain course-specific hardware and software requirements beyond the standard University technology requirements. Please review this list and make sure you fulfill any requirements that apply to your courses. Contact your Student Advisor at 866-522-7747 if you have any questions.

Assessments of Skills and Knowledge

If you are a student in any of the following graduate programs, you can register for IT133X, which assesses your skills in Microsoft Office applications. If you pass IT133X, you will earn 4 credits toward your degree:

  • Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Cost: $100

Review the Purdue University Global Assessment of Skills and Knowledge List.

Seminars

Seminars are live, virtual meetings you can have with your instructor and classmates to review course concepts. They are available to students enrolled in some standard, non-ExcelTrack programs.

As soon as you have access to your registered courses at the start of the preview period (the Sunday before the term begins), check your course syllabus to see if a weekly seminar is included in them. Your instructor may include seminars that are not weekly or may not include seminars at all.