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Why ITP?

Enhance your future career and become more

by pairing your major with a minor in Technology.

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Why ITP?

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Enhance your future career and become more

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Course Spotlights

New Curriculum

The Information Technology Program is always striving to offer up-to-date, practical and applicable courses to provide students with the most relevant tools and skills required to be successful in the tech world. Whether you are looking for an internship, a job or even just working on a personal project, ITP aims to provide you with hands-on, industry applicable curriculum that improves and adapts as technology does.

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Check out our new curriculum here!


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ITP-499

Brand New Courses

ITP-499 sections are brand new courses developed by accomplished, industry professional faculty to keep up with the latest technologies and trends in the tech world. New 499 courses are constantly being developed and offered to provide our students with up-to-date skills to prepare them for success.

Check out ITP's new 499 courses here!

Programs

Which one of our fourteen minors best pairs with your major? Find out today!
Common Major/Minor Pairings

Programs

Which one of our minors best pairs with your major? Find out today!
Common Major/Minor Pairings

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Recent News

2022 ITP Awards 

May 2, 2022
This year ITP wanted to highlight the hard-working faculty, staff, and students in recognition of their efforts to embody ITP's vision of providing technology for all. Congratulations to this year's award winners! Greg Pohlner, Matt Whiting, Trina Gregory, Eric Perez, Nitin Kale, Neuton Foo, Harry Hao, Lucia Jiang, and Gabriel Lacayo.

Spring 2022 ITP Awards
USC Viterbi staff early career award winner - Eric perez

April 27, 2022
Congratulations to ITP's very own Advisor Eric Perez, who was the awardee of the Spring 2021-2022 Viterbi Staff Early Career Award. This award is given to one outstanding Viterbi staff member a year and was given to Eric for his outstanding dedication and performance as an advisor in ITP. 

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itp programs prepare usc students for top 1o best jobs - us news and world report

January 19, 2022
usnews.com recently released their 100 best jobs of 2022. Several of the top 10 best jobs are areas that ITP programs are specifically aimed towards, such as Information Security Analysis (Applied Computer Security), Software Development (Computer Programming, Mobile App Development, Web Technologies and Applications) and Data Science (Applied Analytics).

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capacity building award - rob parke


November 15, 2021
The AccessComputing Capacity Building Award recipients are collaborators who have forged pathways that significantly advance students with disabilities in computing fields. This year, ITP professor Rob Parke has won the award for his work advancing the inclusion of disability and accessibility in the world of Computing.

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ITP At 40

ITP At 40

The Information Technology Program, which now boasts USC’s most popular minor with applied analytics, recently celebrated decades of excellence

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A Warrior for Equal Rights

A Warrior for Equal Rights

Rob Parke, USC Viterbi associate professor of information technology practice, recently won the 2021 Access Computing Capacity Building Award for his advocacy for people with disabilities

Published on February 23rd, 2017

Last updated on May 26th, 2022