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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in information technology are expected to grow an average 47 percent by 2020. Landing one of these opportunities requires the right combination of practical skills and real-world experience. Whether you're a current or aspiring IT professional, the College of Information Systems and Technology at University of Phoenix can help you get where you want to go.
Find out more about our degree programs and courses below. You can also speak to an advisor who can answer any questions you may have.
You may be able to earn one or more of the following certificates in the Associate of Arts in Information Technology or the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree program.
StackTrack is only available online. If you’re an on-campus student who’s interested in focusing on an area of IT expertise, please see our degree concentrations*.
After reviewing our programs, discover how much yours will cost — and learn how to pay for it — using our financial planning tool.
*Maryland residents completing undergraduate degree programs will earn an emphasis rather than a concentration in a particular area of study.
Reference: Csorny, L, (2013, April 9), “Careers in the growing field of information technology services,” Beyond the Numbers: Employment & Unemployment, 2(9), chart 4, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: bls.gov/opub/btn/volume-2/careers-in-growing-field-of-information-technology-services.htm.
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