Information Technology
Information technology forms the backbone of U.S. business. Skilled IT professionals are always in demand.
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Earn a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Degree

Skilled IT professionals are always in demand, as technology forms the backbone of U.S.businesses. With this degree you will be trained to be a leader in the Information Technology field, and you’ll be prepared to be at the forefront of our rapidly changing technical environment. You’ll gain job-ready skills and expertise in subjects such as computer security, databases, networking and communications, software analysis and design, and project management. There are three concentrations available which represent the high-demand job areas in the IT industry. These concentrations equip students with in-depth specialties in order for them to excel in the workplace.

Students have the option of earning one of the following degrees:

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Cybersecurity)
  • Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity (Operations)
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology (Electronics)
  • Bachelor’s of Science in Nuclear Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org. ABET is a specialized accrediting agency recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

Graduates are typically hired for the following positions: database and network administrator, system administrator, security analyst, data protection analyst, and network support specialist.

3 years
$30,000
Financial aid is available for eligible students.
$81,000-$95,000
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for computer and information technology occupations was $84,580 in May 2017.

Earn your degree in Information Technology in 8 steps:

1
Call admissions and sign up with TTI. Membership to TTI gives students access to academic advisement and all student services.
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Get started by speaking with an Academic Advisor (either in person or on the phone, based on your location) to plan your 120-credit degree plan. Earn 60 credits in arts and sciences, 48 credits in IT, and 12 elective credits. Get previous credit evaluated and transferred to Excelsior College and shorten the time needed to complete your degree. The 48 IT credits can be transferred to Excelsior College from a different regionally accredited college as long as they were completed within the last 10 years. IT courses can also be taken via online courses and UExcel exams at Excelsior. Excelsior awards up to 9 credits for examinations taken at other vendors such as Microsoft, Cisco, ORACLE etc, and additional credits from such exams may apply toward the elective component. Get previous credit evaluated and transferred, including Seminary and Yeshiva learning to Excelsior College and shorten the time needed to complete your degree.
3
Your advisor will help you become familiar with the many student services offered at TTI including our unique system of exams, TTI's lending library and testing locations.
4
Now it's time to start taking exams. Take as many as you want at your own speed. TTI has testing sites located in 16 locations worldwide. For students who do not live close to a testing site, TTI has private proctors located all over the world.
5
Follow your degree plan and keep taking exams or courses until you complete your degree.
6
Remember to speak with your advisor on a regular basis. We suggest at least once a month. Your advisor is available 6 days a week either by phone or e-mail.
7
Need help with financial aid? Need help with Excelsior College? No problem! Just call your advisor.
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Finished? Congratulations! Time to put on that well earned cap and gown and graduate!

Prior Requirements:

High School Diploma or GED

TTI offers this program through its partnership with Excelsior College. Any credit or degrees described here are offered through our partner institution. TTI is not a college or university and does not offer credit bearing courses or degrees in New York State.

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