Students apply classroom learning to simulated and real-world challenges. “Working in teams, we put our heads together to solve a problem.” — Trevor Tomlinson, BSC `13
  • Schoonover Center
    The Schoonover Center for Communication brings all Scripps College schools under one roof to encourage collaboration.
  • ITS Day 2013
    We link students, faculty, alumni, and ITS professionals in a continuum of experience.
  • Zachary Miller
    ITS students often work with faculty on cutting-edge research projects.
  • Lori Huber
    Courses include business and languages to mold well-rounded professionals. “The ITS classes are the basis of my career, and the marketing classes teach me how to network.” — Lori (Huber) Meierdiecks, BSC `11

Every business that wants to compete in the global information economy uses high-tech communication systems. Banks, oil companies, insurance firms, retail chains — none of these could operate without their communication networks.

McClure School students prepare for careers in this fast-growing industry. Jobs in the information and telecommunication systems field are projected to grow by up to 30 percent by 2020. If you want a career working with technology, but don’t want to major in engineering, this is the place for you.

Our students learn by doing, putting classroom education to the test in our hands-on labs and through internships. McClure alumni are frequent speakers and presenters, offering a real-world perspective that keeps our students up to date on industry trends. Our faculty are active researchers and consultants; all McClure faculty worked in the industry before entering academia.

Whether you seek a bachelor’s or master’s degree, the McClure School’s world-class program will give you the skills you need to succeed in this exciting industry.

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