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Earn your Technology degree in a growing field

You’re ready to build a better life and you want an education that works. You know that success is no accident, and you’re ready to make your mark in a growing field. You’re tech-savvy and recognize the value of data, networks and computer science, so a technology degree may be a good fit for you. You want an education that is flexible and convenient; supportive and personal; structured and predictable — we value these qualities too and have implemented them into our programs.

Choose University of Phoenix when earning your degree — we offer technology degrees online with flexible classes that you can take on your time. You’ll take just one 5- or 6-week course at a time and build on the knowledge you gain in each of your classes. Classes are small and taught by experienced instructors so you’ll get help and support when you need it. Many of our programs align with certification exams offered by leading companies, so you know you’re learning up-to-date information in an ever-changing technological world. You’ll have access to resources with just the click of a button including tutorials and workshops to increase your knowledge and skills; and iGrad, a program developed to help you with financial planning and tax deductions.

Education doesn’t come in a one-size-fits all package, you have individual goals and needs, which is why you’ll have the opportunity to customize your degree though elective courses and focus areas. We know your hard work doesn’t end when you graduate, we offer assistance for life after college, including résumé and cover letter guidance — and you’ll have the benefit of joining our family of nearly one million current students and alumni.

Choose an education that works and forge your own path to success — make it count and start earning your technology degree.

Technology Programs

Earn a degree in our College of Information Systems and Technology because:

Your Tuition Guarantee

We’ve lowered tuition and locked it in. So you can count on tuition that’s as dependable as your education. 

Customization

Many of our technology degrees can be customized with elective options in leading IT fields such as cybersecurity, software development and networking.

Accreditation

University of Phoenix has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and its predecessor since 1978.

Which area of technology is best for you?

Whether you’re striving to manage data and analytics, or you want to keep the world safe from cyber criminals, you can benefit from any of our areas of interest in the technology sector. Save time and money by transferring credits previously earned and get credit for relevant work experience. Many of our programs align with certification exams offered by leading companies, so you know you’re learning updated content in an evolving technological world. Earn your online technology degree in any of the following areas:

A learning model designed to fit into your busy life

Check out this article about how our curriculum can help you manage school without putting your life on hold. Or fill out your info below and we’ll email the article to you, along with more information about the University and our programs in the future.

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Looking Ahead

Earn your degree in a growing field — the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts continued growth in computer and information technology occupations due to data collection and storage, cloud computing and increased mobile use and development.

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Earn your technology degree online or at your local campus one 5- or 6-week course at a time. Classes average fewer than 14 students and are taught by instructors with more than 20 years’ professional experience — with more than 70 percent of instructors having worked for a Fortune 1000 company or subsidiary.