- software engineer
- systems Analyst
- business analyst
- technical support engineer
- network engineer
- lead applications developer
- applications architect
- Web developer
- business intelligence analyst
What is an information technology and electronic commerce major?
The University of Denver's program in information technology and electronic commerce focuses on the breadth of business education with the depth in IT necessary to design and deploy creative information systems that support key business operations and technology-enabled business innovations.
Common careers for information technology and electronic commerce majors
With a deep understanding of IT, many information technology and electronic commerce majors go on to work in consulting firms, internal systems or electronic commerce groups, or technology-intensive firms in software development or information services.
Common job titles held by these Information and electronic commerce majors include:
- help desk technician
- technical consultant
- project manager
- database administrator
- testing engineer
- sales support technician
- streaming media specialist
- user support specialist
Professional skills of Information and electronic commerce majors
In addition to the careers listed above, Information and electronic commerce majors are well-suited to fields that require the following skills:
- solid understanding of mathematical concepts
- communication skills and the ability to understand a wide range of perspectives is critical
- detail orientation and mental focus
- basic knowledge of computers
- electronic communication skills
Is an information and electronic commerce major right for you?
Still unsure if you should major in Information and electronic commerce? Schedule a session with a career counselor, attend our "Choosing a Major" workshop, and attend career events where you can network with employers that hire information and electronic commerce majors and alumni who majored in Information and electronic commerce.