Marshall ISAT Partnership
Second Creek Technologies is proud to announce a new partnership with Marshall University's department of Integrated Science and Technology, or ISAT.
Integrated Science and Technology is a new and exciting degree program that is an alternative to traditional programs in science, technology, and engineering. We have brought together faculty and subject matter from engineering, physics, biological science, computer and information science, mathematics, communication studies and management to create an integrated degree program that meets the needs of today's employers.
IST offers four majors, including Computer and Information Technology. A major in Computer and Information Technology provides a solid grounding in the information technology field and allows students to complete areas of emphasis in computer application development, computer forensics or web application development, along with specializations in software development, instrumentation, network security and administration, computer and multimedia forensics/investigation, web programming or database administration.
"At SCT, we are very excited about our relationship with Marshall's IST department. This dynamic program creates graduates with deep and diverse skill sets. In that respect they are a perfect fit for organizations such as ours" said John Sammons, the CEO of Second Creek. "This is a perfect complement to our partnership with Marshall's graduate forensic science program."
“Teaching within ISAT is an absolute thrill for me. I enjoy exploring new technologies and sharing leading edge IT products, solutions, and theories with students so that they can be successful in their careers. Working with a leading edge company such as SCT has not only enabled me to expand my knowledge set but also aid SCT in broadening their markets” said Brian Morgan, an Associate Professor with Integrated Science & Technology.
“At the same time I am able to take real world examples and ideas back to my students preparing them to be employable immediately upon graduation from our program” said Morgan.