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Bachelor's degree

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

4 years

Approximate Program Length

120

Total Credits

$398

Cost per Credit

Online & campus

Format

Start when you're ready

Register by: Aug 24, 2022

Your IT skills have taken you this far. Our Bachelor of Science in Information Technology is designed to help you leverage that experience and prepare you for your next step, sooner.

Transfer eligible credits you already have and potentially earn even more credits for your existing IT industry certifications and work experience. Then, customize your program with elective tracks and certificates in Cyber Network Defense, Advanced Networking and more. See the full list of options in the Specializations section.

  • Business Process

  • Cybersecurity

  • Information Systems

  • Operations

  • Systems Analysis

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A degree built around the skills employers want

We know what skills employers want because we did our homework.

We worked with labor market researchers to align in-demand skills with our program to ensure you have the opportunity to learn and demonstrate them in your coursework.

Look for the skills icon to see exactly which in-demand skills you’re learning in the courses you take.

Skills-aligned program

Courses

1

Course at a time

5

Weeks per course

10

Courses per year

Schedule

Both the on-campus and online Bachelor of Information Technology feature the same courses, and your academic counselor will help you schedule them.

If you are located in Phoenix, this program may be offered as Blended. This means you’ll start at the Phoenix campus to complete your general education courses, and then transition to online learning for your core program courses.

What you'll learn

When you earn your bachelor of information technology online or on campus, you’ll be equipped with a concrete set of skills you can apply on the job.

You'll learn how to: 

  • Apply key principles of systems analysis and design to selected business processes within the organization in order to implement effective information systems.
  • Design selected network and cloud infrastructures that will comply with key requirements of accepted industry best practices to improve organizational network operation.
  • Design and develop key database models aligning with business requirements for storage, retrieval and use of data.
  • Implement cybersecurity solutions that comply with global governance best practices.
  • Demonstrate an ability to evaluate, design, and implement application programs to meet business processes.

Careers & Outcomes

What can you do with a bachelor of information technology?

A BSIT can help prepare you to be a:

  • Information technology director
  • Information systems director
  • Information systems supervisor
  • Information systems manager
  • Information technology manager
11 %

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job growth for computer and information systems managers is projected to be faster than average between 2020 and 2030.

Tuition

Paying for school

Lock in the peace of mind that comes with fixed, affordable tuition. You’ll enjoy one flat rate from the moment you enroll until the day you graduate from your program. That’s your Tuition Guarantee.

Earn your degree without starting from scratch

On average, students with prior eligible college credits and relevant life experience saved $11k and 1 year on their undergraduate degree.

We’ve expanded our $1M scholarship commitment

Our scholarships aren’t just for the chosen few. We’ll help you understand which scholarships you may qualify for, worth up to $3,000.

Credit transfer made easy

Earn your degree faster, and for less, with eligible transfer credits.

Get credit for what you already know

Have previous relevant work and life experience evaluated for potential credit.

Your prior credits can cover up to 75% of your bachelor’s degree to help you graduate in as little as a year.

75%

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Student Experience

An education that fits your busy life

Balancing family, work and school

Work toward your degree without giving up what matters most. Start your degree year-round and take one class at a time.

Online learning

Enroll in online classes and attend class whenever it fits your life, day or night.

Around-the-clock support and resources

You have a support team available up to 20 hours a day, 5 days a week. And our academic counselors, who are with you every step of the way, have earned a 5-star rating from 90% of our surveyed students.

Accreditation & Faculty

Count on the quality of your education

Institutional accreditation

University of Phoenix is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), hlcommission.org. Since 1978, University of Phoenix has been continually accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Real-world faculty

28

Average years of industry experience

9

Chief Technology Officers

85 %

Of surveyed students would recommend their instructors

Faculty Spotlight

We don’t know what the field is going to look like three years from now. We just know the threats are growing exponentially. We have to prepare the workforce to be prepared to take on those threats.”

Stephanie Benoit-Kurtz

Faculty, College of Business & IT

What our students say

Taking one class at a time to get my degree, helped me focus on the coursework we were doing throughout the five weeks.

Wendy R.

BSIT, 2017

FAQ

Frequently asked questions about the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree

An online bachelor’s degree in information technology prepares you for roles in the growing IT industry including:

  • Computer Programmers -national median salary $67,370-$116,220, 25th-75th percentile from BLS.

  • Info Security Analysts -national median salary $78,440 - $132,890, 25th-75th percentile from BLS.

  • Computer Network Architects- national median salary $88,120 - $147,480, 25th-75th percentile from BLS.

An information technology degree prepares you for roles in the growing IT industry including:

  • Computer Programmers - $68-110K. Salary ranges reflect the 25th-75th percentile for the occupation in Arizona, as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

  • Info Security Analysts - $78K-- $132K. Salary ranges reflect the 25th-75th percentile for the occupation in Arizona, as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

  • Computer Network Architects- $88K-147K. Salary ranges reflect the 25th-75th percentile for the occupation in Arizona, as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

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An information technology degree typically takes between 2 to 4 years to complete depending on the type of degree taken.

  • Associate degree - 2 years
  • Bachelor’s degree- 4 years
  • Master’s degree -16 months

However, you may be able to complete your degree sooner if you transfer credits from another institution or earn credits for your work or life experience. Eligible credits could cover up to 75% of your costs.

An information technology degree at the bachelor’s level prepares you for roles in the growing IT industry including:

  • Computer Programmers -national median salary $67,370-$116,220, 25th-75th percentile from BLS.

  • Info Security Analysts -national median salary $78,440 - $132,890, 25th-75th percentile from BLS.

  • Computer Network Architects- national median salary $88,120 - $147,480, 25th-75th percentile from BLS.

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*While widely available, not all programs are available to residents of all states. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projections are not specific to University of Phoenix students or graduates.