CTU has re-designed its professionally focused Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree program to provide students with a solid grounding in the fundamental areas of IT that are important in an increasingly specialized marketplace.
Coursework in this program focuses on a number of substantive areas applicable to the field of information technology, including enterprise networking, telecommunications and new software development. Course content has been designed to help students develop relevant IT problem-solving skills by focusing on the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
What You Can Learn
- Successful completion of the BSIT program will give students an applicable foundation of industry-related knowledge and skills, including how to:
- Differentiate between current computer networks, protocols and the role of network management software in organizations.
- Categorize the fundamentals of computer system security requirements.
- Distinguish between the principles, concepts and fundamentals of operating systems.
- Differentiate and categorize the legal, ethical and social issues of information technology.
- Solve complex problems through the ability to program in at least one high level programming language.
- Implement the goals, processes and techniques of software engineering through the development of a software application supported by a project plan.
In addition to a quality curriculum based on industry standards, courses in CTU's BSIT program were developed and are taught by a faculty comprised of IT professionals who bring a range of experience into their classrooms.
CTU cannot guarantee employment or salary.
*The 17-month Bachelor's degree assumes that all Associate-level requirements have been met through an Associate degree or the equivalent. Program length varies by program.