School and Ranking Information
Only a single community college offers any type of degree in information technology within 25 miles of Pueblo, CO. Students interested in a bachelor's or master's in this subject may need to look in the Denver area, where several schools offer information technology programs--including our top choice based on national rankings, a low student-to-faculty ratio and available programs.
- Winner: The University of Denver (DU) in Denver, Colorado, offers a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in General Business with a minor in business information technology, an online Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology program, a graduate certificate and a dual degree program for graduate students with an information technology concentration.
School Info Chart
|Category||University of Denver|
|Rankings|| #88 in National Universities (2015)*
#79 in Best Undergraduate Business Programs (2014)*
#13 in Best Online Bachelor's Programs (2014)*
|School Type||4-year; private; not-for-profit|
|Tuition & Fees (2014-2015)||Undergrad: $42,090*|
|Information Technology Degrees Offered||Bachelor's; Master's; Certificate|
|Information Technology Degrees Awarded (all levels) in 2013||76**|
|Most Popular Information Technology Degree Level in 2013||Master's**|
|Undergraduate Graduation Rate (in 150% of normal degree time) for 2007 Entering Class||78%**|
|Noteworthy||Daniels College of Business is accredited by AACSB***|
Sources: *U.S. News and World Report, **NCES College Navigator, ***University of Denver
University of Denver
- The MBA program offers eight possible concentrations, including business intelligence and information technology
- Business students can participate in DU's Backpacks to Briefcases program, which helps students transition from college to the workplace
- University College's online graduate certificate programs don't require a GMAT or GRE for enrollment
The University of Denver was founded as Colorado Seminary in 1864 and is one of the oldest universities in the Rocky Mountain region. It enrolls more than 11,500 undergraduate and graduate students and maintains a student-to-faculty ratio of 11 to 1.
The general business undergraduate program requires core business courses, which include economics, marketing, finance and business law. Business students can minor in business information technology, wherein they will take courses such as information management and data mining.
DU's University College offers online and evening programs for continuing education, including a bachelor's program in information technology. Students take courses that cover topics like databases, web applications and project design. The college's six-course graduate certificate in technology management offers courses covering web analytics, project management and business forecasting.
Core business courses in the dual Master of Business Administration/Master of Science in Business Analytics program include statistics, marketing, human resource management and business law. Business intelligence courses include data warehousing, project management and analytics. Students can also pursue an MBA with an elective concentration in information technology.