Information Technology Bachelors Programs


Below you'll find our Bachelors Degrees in the field of Information Technology. Click on the degree you're interested in for more details or click here to view all Information Technology degrees.

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Computer Science with a Networking and Information Systems Security emphasis

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
with a Networking and Information Systems Security emphasis

Do you love computers? Do you see yourself working with computer networks for a living? If so,

Our bachelor's degree in computer science with an emphasis in networking and information systems security could help you kick off a rewarding new career that's growing—. By the year 2020, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the computer networking and security fields will add lots of new jobs to the economy:

Businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies need you to earn your degree so you can help them build their information networks and secure them against threats!

 

All statistics were retrieved form the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-2013 Edition. Learn More...



Computer Science with a Software and Mobile Applications Development  emphasis

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
with a Software and Mobile Applications Development emphasis

Take a moment to imagine your ideal career. Does it involve designing, building, and developing cool new software or life-changing mobile apps? If so,

What's more, the time's never been better to get your degree. In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of software developers is expected to grow from 2010 to 2020, much faster than the average growth of all occupations. Learn More...



Health Information Management

Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management

Health Information Management (HIM) is a key function of the healthcare delivery system in the United States. HIM provides for the maintenance of health records in hospitals, clinics, health departments, insurance companies, governmental agencies, and other settings.

A Health Information Management professional works with clinical, reference, epidemiological, financial, and demographic data and is responsible for the collection, the storage, the use, and the transmission of this information. Learn More...