Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - General
Successful organizations use technology to find solutions to all kinds of business challenges, and professionals who understand how to use technology to contribute to productivity and the bottom line are valued. Colorado Technical University’s Bachelor of Science in Information Technology-General Degree offers a project-based curriculum designed to help prepare students with industry-current, first-hand knowledge of the design, development and delivery of high-quality IT solutions. In addition to learning a solid, comprehensive grounding in the most important IT areas, students will create a portfolio of projects they can use to demonstrate their skills.
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CTU is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission www.hlcomission.org
Online | Colorado Springs | Denver
The following courses are specific to the General specialization. To view courses that must be completed for all Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degrees, visit the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology overview page.
- Unix Fundamentals
- Fundamentals of Database Systems
- Structured Query Language for Data Management
- Introduction to Computer Security
- Web Development I
- Introduction to Programming Logic
- Introduction to Programming
- Introduction to Operation Systems and Client/Server Environments
- Introduction to Network Management
- Spreadsheet Applications
- Information Technology Architectures
- Systems Analysis, Design and Integration
- Introduction to Project Management
IT Professional Track Select 40 credits from any BSIT specialization course offerings (as long as pre-requisites are met).
Please work with Advisor to determine course track. Must be approved by Program Chair.
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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
If you want to achieve more in your career, you have to own every opportunity— starting with the right Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree. Potential career paths for those who earn a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology– General include:2
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- Systems Engineer
- Software Developer
- Software Engineer
- Systems Analyst
- Applications Engineer
- Application Developer
- Network Security Engineer
- Test Engineer
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1 Students may be required to complete some or all coursework for the program via Virtual Campus delivery.
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