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Information Technology
Information Technology Degree Programs

Over the last forty years, computers have gone from experimental to essential. Information technology and information systems expertise helps businesses and organizations gain the most benefit from the computing and networking solutions available to them.

Our schools offer career-focused IT degrees at the associate, bachelor and master’s degree levels for those who aspire to seek career opportunities in this field.

Growing Need Should Fuel Growing Opportunity

Opportunities within IT are expected to grow over the next ten years. For example, the Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates that computer support will add 78,000 job openings through 2018, a 14% increase over current levels.*

IT Technology Degrees: What You Can Learn

At all levels, our IT schools teach students enrolled in IT degree programs content addressing software, databases, and networking. Topics covered may include:
  • Programming
  • Technology architectures
  • Networking and network management
  • Operating systems
  • Systems analysis and design


The depth and complexity of course topics will depend on the level of the degree. Associate degree programs can qualify graduates to seek support positions, while bachelor degrees are an entry-level qualification. Master’s degrees are for those who hold a bachelor’s and seek advanced skills.

Our IT Degree Programs

Browse the list of programs below to find the school and degree course that’s right for you!

AIU - Online
Associate Degree Information Systems
Bachelor Degree Information Technology/Systems
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Brown College - Mendota Heights
Bachelor Degree Information Technology/Systems
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CTU - Colorado Springs
Associate Degree Information Technology
Bachelor Degree Information Technology/Systems
Master's Degree Information Technology
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CTU - Denver
Associate Degree Information Technology
Bachelor Degree Information Technology/Systems
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CTU - Online
Bachelor Degree Information Technology/Systems
Master's Degree Information Technology
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IADT - Chicago
Associate Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
Bachelor Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
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IADT - Online
Associate Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
Bachelor Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
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IADT - Detroit
Associate Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
Bachelor Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
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IADT - Las Vegas
Associate Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
Bachelor Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
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IADT - Orlando
Associate Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
Bachelor Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
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IADT - San Antonio
Associate Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
Bachelor Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
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IADT - Tampa
Associate Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
Bachelor Degree Information Technology (Network Administration)
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Find Out More:

To learn more about our IT degree programs, fill out the form to the right today!

*Estimates given are projected national averages. Local markets will vary. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, Computer Support Specialists, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos306.htm (visited September 05, 2011).