Student Involvement – BS in ITS

Maria Cruz, information technology and systems senior, volunteers on the UT Dallas campus

Take advantage of experiential learning opportunities.

Along with your coursework, we strongly encourage you to supplement your classroom education with experiential learning opportunities such as competitions and student organizations.

Competitions – Information Technology and Systems

Listed below are links to some of the national case competitions that our students have been active in.

Student Organizations – Information Technology and Systems

Below are listed some of the Information Technology and Systems student organizations. Visit the Jindal School Student Organizations page to see all JSOM Student Orgs.

Association for Information Systems (AIS) Student Chapter at UTD

The mission of the AIS Student Chapter at UT Dallas is to promote the study and utilization of information systems through programs of professional development, social networking, and community development. The club is part of a national organization under the formal umbrella of AIS. The club hosts regular meetings and events throughout the year for students to learn about various technology topics, and enhance their professional skills.

Information Technology and Systems Leadership Council (ITSLC)

The principle objective of the Information Technology and Systems Leadership Council is to complete multiple semester-long projects that add value to the ITS program and current students while building future leaders in the ITS domain. These projects enhance project management, communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills. Committees within the council are responsible for identifying opportunities within the program, constructing a solution, and implementing that solution with the support of the executive council members. Projects include volunteer work, improved knowledge sharing, outreach initiatives, and competition-planning.

Women in Technology and Business (WIT)

Women in Technology and Business is a professional organization to support and empower women in technology and business fields and provide them with resources to be successful. In addition, WIT aims to break down the stereotypes surrounding technology and business fields, expose more people to how technology can impact their career path, and encourage more women to join technology fields.

Student Testimonials

Preetha Venkatesh

Preetha Venkatesh, BS’20

Intern (completed), The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation

As an ITS major, I have taken both business-intensive and technology-intensive courses. I am also thankful for the thorough support and guidance of the faculty. 
Ann Mathew

Ann Mathew, BS’18

Staff Consultant, A-Lign

ITS is the perfect balance of technical skills and management skills, and a degree from JSOM equips you with the technical skill set you need to stay one step ahead in today’s fast-paced world. 
Jonathan Niere

Jonathan Niere, BS’17

Consulting Staff, Moss Adams

The most valuable aspects of the ITS program at UT Dallas are its quality education and curriculum. 
Ashwin Vaithianathan

Ashwin Vaithianathan, BS’19

As a transfer student, I reached out to the ITS Department at UTD, and they were always willing to help me with any questions and concerns that I had. 
Adam Perry

Adam Perry, BS’18

Sr. Account Systems Engineer, Dell EMC

As a full-time IT professional with more than 20 years of experience, I have a unique perspective compared to most undergraduate students. 
See all Bachelor’s in Information Technology and Systems Student Testimonials
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