Introducing Two New Programs in Information Technology
Argosy University, Online Programs is introducing two new degree programs in the College of Undergraduate Studies: a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and an Associate of Science in Information Technology.
Read on to learn about each one!
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Technology is more important in the modern workplace than ever before, requiring employees who can fill roles from computer programming to database administration to network security. Individuals with a strong interest in computers, networks and emerging technologies should consider earning a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology at Argosy University, Online Programs.
This program is designed to provide you with the hands-on experience, skills and fundamental knowledge needed in today’s fast-paced, dynamic workplace. Students may develop and fine-tune skills in database operations, operating systems, networking and security as well as cloud computing, virtualization and mobile computing. Students will also select a concentration in Database Administration and Development or Computer and Network Security for more focused study.
Associate of Science in Information Technology
The Associate of Science in Information Technology at Argosy University, Online Programs is designed for students seeking a fundamental education in computers, applications and networks that focuses on applicable and relevant skills and situations. Graduates of this program can transition into Argosy University’s Bachelor of Science in Information Technology or seek entry-level employment in Information Technology.
The program’s core curriculum allows students to develop foundational skills in hardware, software, networks, business and communication. In addition, students may choose a concentration in Web Development or Computer and Network Security to further focus their skills.
If you’re considering a career in Information Technology, request more information about the degree programs at Argosy University, Online Programs today!
Or, read about careers you could pursue with a degree in Information Technology; check out the Bureau of Labor Statistics for career information and data: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/home.htm.