School of Information Technology
Strong connections in the IT Community and with the CW IT Advisory Council are essential to the success of our programs. In response to the needs of the community and society, CW promotes excellence in the field of information technologies and therefore is a sourced Information Technology School for its talented IT professionals.
The School of Information Technology offers degrees that prepare you for a dynamic career in the diverse field of Information Technology (IT), as well as satisfy the industry’s demand for IT professionals in network technologies, administration, and service and support of systems and users.
Through practical application of classroom theory in lab environments, students majoring in the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, associate in Computer Network Administration degrees or Computer Networking Specialist certificate programs learn the technical skills and gain the theoretical knowledge necessary to understand current computer and network technologies and interpret emerging technologies while developing problem solving, critical thinking, communication and teamwork skills.
In addition, CW is one of 10,000 Cisco Networking Academies in 165 countries. The Cisco Networking Academy delivers a comprehensive, 21st century learning experience to help students develop the foundational information and communication technology (ICT) skills needed to design, build, and manage networks.
Dr. Grace Bonanno
Chairperson and Professor, Computer Networking
Certifications: MCSE, CCNA, CCAI, Network+, MCSA, Security+
"Technology impacts every area of our lives. Understanding the uses of technology and becoming an expert in the field of Information Technology (IT) provides an individual with a cutting edge career opportunity. It's my goal to share with my students the knowledge and skills necessary to become an IT expert. It's my desire that through interactive class sessions, hands-on and virtual labs, and individual and team-based assignments students will take hold of my respect and love for technology, apply their knowledge and skills, and succeed with a career in Information Technology."