Information Technology

Program Type
Undergraduate Major
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Modes of Study
Blended;In Person

Full-time tuition

In-state: $8,640;
Out-of-state: $24,300 (per year). New England residents may qualify for tuition breaks. See details and other costs

Financial aid

Average award,
in-state: $7,300;
out-of-state: $14,500.
May include scholarships, grants, & work-study. Explore aid

Program duration

Finish in as few as 2 years with a prior associate’s degree. Typical completion time is 4 years with no prior college credit. Explore options


No fee to apply. SAT & ACT scores optional. Early action & year-round admissions. View application process & deadlines

Program Highlights

  • Complete your degree in a program designed specifically for transfer and returning students who have an associate degree or equivalent training and experience.
  • Gain academic credit for skills and knowledge you’ve already acquired through work, community service, or life experience.
  • Learn to solve real-world problems in the workplace through internships and co-ops with regional businesses and industries.
  • Advance your career in a field where demand is high and expected to keep growing, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
  • Save time by transferring prior college credits.
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Program requirements

Our program is designed for adults and transfer students who are already working in information technology and wish to advance their career in organizational issues and information systems, application technologies, software methods and technologies, systems infrastructure, and computer hardware and architecture.

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Next Steps

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