Rodwell appointed as executive director of User Experience Professionals Association
Elizabeth Rodwell, assistant professor of digital media, has been appointed as executive director of the Houston chapter of the User Experie...
Conklin appointed to Global Advisory Board of Control System Cyber Security Association International
Wm. Arthur Conklin, professor of information system security, has been appointed to the Global Advisory Board of the Control System Cyber Se...
Digital Media Student Selected for Forbes Under 30 Summit
University of Houston College of Technology student Chinwe Obi has been recognized as an Under 30 Scholar of the Forbes Under 30 Summit prog...
Conklin named cybersecurity professional of the year
Wm. Arthur Conklin, professor, information system security at the University of Houston College of Technology has been named Cybersecurity P...
Supply Chain and Logistics Professor Gives Presentation on Ethical Decision-making at Engineering Technology Conference
The Houston Electrical League (HEL) sponsors an annual Engineering Technology Conference, where more than 250 professional engineers gather ...
Digital media students present their best work at annual Digifest
The University of Houston College of Technology held a spring 2019 showcase where senior digital media students displayed their portfolios a...
Graduating an Innovation-Ready Workforce
New UH Programs Bring Innovation to the Classroom
Workshops Inspire Creativity and Innovation in Future Leaders
The Fort Bend Independent School District's Career and Technical Education Center (CTE) and the University of Houston College of Technology ...
With our advanced facilities, award winning faculty and industry connections, the Information and Logistics Technology department offers students unique opportunities to achieve their highest potential and graduate with confidence in their skills.
The Computer Information Systems (CIS) program addresses the demands of a dynamic and integral part of business and industry - the Information Systems environment. The program challenges students to extend their reach into small to medium-size organizations and develop real-world application solutions. Graduates of the CIS program emerge prepared for a variety of careers including software systems development, e-commerce, and network administration.
The UH Digital Media program prepares technologically perceptive leaders for this multi-faceted and ever-changing profession. Students gain competencies in various graphic-related technologies as well as a broad background in leadership and supervision in one of the largest industries in the United States. As a graduates of the program, you will discover a broad range of options for a career in digital and video production, publishing, content marketing, social media and social networking, E-commerce, web design, and other rapidly growing areas in our evolving digital world.
The Organizational Leadership and Supervision (OLS) program focuses on providing individuals with a competitive advantage when moving into leadership and supervisory roles. Students gain the tools and knowledge to learn about leadership, the importance of organizational vision and values, developing human resources, and managing technological resources in corporate, government, or community organizations. In addition to leadership, you will learn skills in goal-setting, time management, and verbal and visual communication using real-world applications.
TTLIM is the business discipline for developing and managing organizations and teams to solve problems and achieve results. The TLIM degree focuses on building the foundational leadership skills in technology subject matter expertise, communication, goal management, asset alignment, team organization and project supervision.
The Master of Science degree in Cybersecurity is a hands-on program designed to prepare individuals for leadership roles in technology-based and information-based workplaces. Ideal for working professionals, this two-year program connects theory and experiential learning to equip technology professionals with the skills to assess the security needs of information systems and then to lead and manage the implementation and maintenance of the recommended security solutions. The program is recognized by the National Security Agency/Department of Homeland Security as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education program. Coupled with the Center for Information Security Research and Education, this program offers opportunities to participate in innovative applied research. It is also recognized by the Project Management Institute, the program includes key management skills within the project management framework.
Students wishing to obtain a minor may choose any approved minor program within the College of Technology. Minimum requirements range from 15 to 18 semester hours of course work, of which 9 must be advanced; 9 semester hours in residence at UH of which 6 must be advanced; and a 2.0 minimum grade point average in all courses in the minor at the University of Houston. For official requirements, see the University of Houston Catalog.
- Computer Graphics Technology
- Graphic Communications Technology
- Organizational Leadership and Supervision
Students are encouraged to visit with their advisor regularly to update their degree plan and to stay informed about the resources offered by the College of Technology.
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Forms necessary for your academic planning including change of major, and general petition form.
AITP @ UH was founded by UH College of Technology students to promote career development, networking and the recognition of the Information Technlogy profession. Originally founded in 1999, AITP @ UH was relaunched in October 2007 and, that same year, was given the “Outstanding Professional Student Organization” award. Since then we have grown greatly and will continue to provide valuable opportunities to UH students.
SIDO provide members with resources and tools to help them succeed professionally and academically, connects students, faculty, staff, alumni and professionals relating to the supply chain and logistics field, and shares opportunities such as scholarships, internships, job openings, networking events, tours, and career fairs to member.
UHGCEA is devoted to helping its members advance their professional and technical skills in graphic communication while providing networking opportunities with industry professionals. UHGCEA hosts a variety of events throughout the semester such as photography meet-ups, Adobe workshops, and social events. Additionally, UHGCEA works closely with the College of Technology's Digital Media faculty to provide its student members with the best possible opportunities and tools to succeed in their field.
Women in Cyber Security at University of Houston is a student organization that aims to overcome the gender gap in the cyber security industry by encouraging and supporting women from different academic backgrounds to come together and learn about cyber security.