Five of the fastest growing jobs that require bachelor's degrees are in the field of information technology. Position yourself to take advantage of a wide range of opportunities with this online Bachelor's program in General Information Technology. This program is designed to build both technical and business skills, a combination that is increasingly valued by today's employers. Through your choice of electives, you can design a broad program that touches on several IT disciplines or narrow your focus to deepen your knowledge in your niche area of information technology, including networking, web development, project management or information security.
With your Bachelor's in General Information Technology from Capella, you'll learn how to create information technology solutions to solve organizational problems, and plan strategically for global and domestic environments. You'll also design and model effective information technology solutions for an organization.
With Capella's Combined Bachelor's-to-Master's degree options, you can start building for your future by completing master's-level credit as your earn your bachelor degree. Combined degree options are designated bachelor's and master's degree programs, with a set of shared master's-level courses applied to both degrees. This enables you to save significant time and money when combining the degree options.
Common jobs with an online Bachelor's in General Information Technology include computer forensic specialist, computer programmer, database analyst/administrator, information technology specialist, information system security analyst, mobile application developer, network engineer or web developer. Potential workplaces include: corporation, educational institution, government, health care organization, retail organization, small business or software/web development company.
Capella University cannot guarantee licensure, endorsement, certification, authorization, other professional credential or salary advancement. State regulations and professional credential standards vary. It is the learner's responsibility to understand and comply with requirements for their states and professional associations. For more information on licensure, see the Licensure section on the School’s website. Enrollment restrictions and/or other restrictions may apply to certain programs. Contact Capella University for more information.
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