Information Systems & Technology Degrees
Colorado Technical University’s Information Systems and Technology Studies are committed to providing a focus on the needs of industry and skilled professionals seeking additional knowledge. To accomplish this, we have designed curricula that can be rigorous, industry-current and includes many faculty members with real-world experience in their field. Your instructors can function as your learning partners, giving you an opportunity to become an active participant in your own
CTU offers a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) with specializations in general IT, Data Management, Network Management, Security, Software Applications Programming, Software Systems Engineering and Web Development.
We are proud to offer a Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) with a general path as well as Data Management Technology, Network Management and Security Management specializations. In our MSIT we also now offer a project management specialization.
An information technology degree at CTU can be pursued at the associate, bachelor's or master’s level. Find out more information about our Information Systems & Technology Studies program.
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