Real World learning at Pitt-Johnstown is a unique blend of academics and experiential learning, leading to rewarding career opportunities.
Our distinctive people, place, and programs create a learning environment that gives students an opportunity to develop knowledge, skills, and values from direct experiences in and outside the classroom. Real World opportunities, including internships, service-learning, undergraduate research, study abroad, and other creative and professional work experiences, result in exceptional performance.
The Real World Action Program is a University-wide initiative designed to guide students through a series of programs, activities and experiences that complement their academic studies.
Students completed the Information Systems concentration can expect to be prepared for a broad range of career opportunities included (but not limited to): working as a systems analyst or programmer analyst, database administration, network administration, web development, help desk support, software development, and information security.
Additional information about job opportunities can be obtained by visiting the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook.
Opportunities On and Beyond Campus