"A language that doesn't affect the way you think about programming, is not worth knowing."
If you want your career to revolve around computers, but you don't feel moved to learn the more theoretical aspects of computer science, then a university degree in information technology might be for you. IT degrees tend to focus on the practical aspects of computer and software use, leaving students well placed to enter jobs in industry.
During your degree and your career beyond, you'll be called on to write reports, proposals, and papers. Marked by Teachers can support all your IT writing endeavours with our collection of software engineering and information systems papers. With these teacher-annotated papers to guide you, your writing will quickly reach its full potential.
True to the practical focus of the degree, most students of IT tend to stay in the field, applying their skills to jobs in IT support,business and finance; but some depart to work in fields like management, or to take further degrees in related fields like engineering.