College of Information Technology
The value of IT is changing. Modern management understands that when networks, computers and software are running at peak, output profit margin increases right along with it.
When Clinton Metu focused on the right career choice, he felt empowered to follow his academic aspirations and completed his B.S. in Information Technology.
During his studies at WGU Texas, Zehr pursued a BS degree in software development, and he celebrates commencement this month in Austin.
For Daniel Hankins of Austin, who works full-time at a WGU Texas corporate partner, the path to an undergraduate degree was anything but traditional. That’s why we asked him to share his story.
The demand for qualified software developers to keep up with the rapid growth of software, systems and cybersecurity is fast outgrowing the supply.
Cybersecurity, foreign hackers, and data breaches continue to grab headlines, while posing a significant threat to personal, business, and government security. WGU Texas offers 10 degrees in IT related study areas, including our latest.
More than 200 Texas business executives from 40 companies, government agencies and academic institutions, including WGU Texas, participated in the recent U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Cybersecurity Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Myles Vogel, Chief Information Officer and National Director of the College of IT at Western Governors University, spoke
In February, a team of two WGU Texas graduate students and four WGU Texas undergraduate students competed in the first round for the southwest region (Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and New Mexico) of the 2016 Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC). The CCDC tests students’ skills and ability to detect and respond
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