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Students develop expertise in designing, deploying and managing the technology solutions that drive global, highly connected, real-time businesses.

They use Java, JSP and J2EE for software development; UML for object-oriented modeling; Oracle and SQL for database management; and Microsoft Project for IT project management; and networking labs and simulations.

The CIS Learning and Technology Sandbox is a hub for tech-savvy students, with resources for building mobile apps, designing video games, collaborating on course projects and more. Candidates for the Masters of Information Technology degree can use elective courses to build skills in other leading-edge facilities at Bentley, including the Hughey Center for Financial Services, User Experience Center, and the Center for Marketing Technology.