Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology
The Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology incorporates coursework from several disciplines, offering future IT professionals a well-rounded degree. This broad curriculum allows graduates to be well-versed in information technology and business, giving them an advantage in today’s job market.
The program prepares graduates for application development and/or IT management roles in a variety of organizations.
The program focuses on a combination of applied, practical, and global skills as well as a component that focuses on career preparation. This component is ideal for students who plan to begin new careers or reinvent current careers in a variety of professional occupations.
Courses in the BA in Information Technology range from programming, to database systems, to business functions, ensuring that students are well prepared to work and communicate across multiple departments/divisions within an organization.
Students can focus in one of several concentration areas:
- Business Communication
- Corporate and Organizational Communication
- Criminal Justice
- Organizational Development and Leadership
- Organizational Psychology
- Pastoral Leadership
- Public Relations in a Digital World
- Social Services and Non-Profit Management
Courses are offered on an eight-week accelerated schedule, with most classes meeting in the evening. Students have the flexibility of five enrollment start dates over the course of the academic year (including summer courses). The program also offers a fully online option.
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