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Information Technology (Bachelor's)

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Expand your fundamental technology knowledge and take your IT career to the next level with a Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology offered by University College, where classes are designed and delivered for busy adults.

A technology degree, offered online and/or on campus in the evenings, allows students to explore and develop practical skills in systems analysis and design, networking, and web design and programming. Whether you currently work in the information technology field, or aspire to, the hands-on instruction and interdisciplinary approach will provide you with the skills necessary to thrive in the IT industry. Complete your bachelor’s degree with an information technology major to improve your knowledge of technology functions and issues for your own personal and professional development.

Students who major in information technology will be well prepared to apply for the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) master's program offered by University College, as the undergraduate major provides the fundamental building blocks for a technology career or further study of ICT at the graduate level.


Required Courses

Common Learning Experience

Major Courses

BACP Electives

Careers in Information Technology

Desktop Technician, Network Administrator, IT Support Representative, IT Technical Analyst, Systems Support Specialist, IT Manager, Data Analyst.

By 2018, a college education will be required for 63% of jobs



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From start to finish, the Bachelor of Arts Completion Program provides an unparalleled experience that helps you do more for your career, family, and community.

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Online classes are designed and delivered for busy adults seeking a convenient option to pursue education.

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Non-credit classes offer diverse, interesting topics from politics to the arts, nature to technology. Stimulate your mind and reawaken your curiosity−all for the love of learning!