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BS in Information Technologies

Students seeking to gain the technology skills and business knowledge needed to succeed in an IT career may want to consider the online Bachelor of Science in Information Technologies program offered by Southern New Hampshire University. To find out more about this fully online bachelor's degree program, read on.

Official Program Name:

Bachelor of Science in Information Technologies

School Offering Program:

Southern New Hampshire University

Program Prerequisites:

All applicants to Southern New Hampshire University programs must have earned a high school diploma or equivalent.

Students who wish to apply to the BS in Information Technologies program should be interested in or already have some basic computer knowledge. They should also have good problem-solving and analytical skills.

Program Description:

SNHU's Bachelor of Science in Information Technologies program is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of information technology as well as strategies for data manipulation and computational thinking in order to support the goals of various organizations. The courses can also help students develop the analytical and decision-making skills needed to recommend computer system designs and maintenance plans. Other required courses cover applications development, website design, cyber security, and database design. Students can also take courses that help them understand the end user and gain project management and interpersonal skills. Online students are able to get hands-on training through web-based simulations and can develop a digital portfolio as they work through the course.

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Financial Aid Available:

Federal financial aid is available to those who qualify, plus a 30 percent tuition discount for active-duty service members and their spouses. Contact the SNHU Financial Aid office to learn more about your financial aid options.

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Required Courses for a Bachelor of Science in Information Technologies:

Information Technology Major Courses

  • MAT 140: Precalculus
  • OL 125: Human Relations in Administration
  • OL 328: Leadership
  • IT 145: Foundation in Application Development
  • IT 200: Fundamentals of Information Technology
  • IT 201: Computer Platform Technologies
  • IT 210: Business Systems Analysis and Design
  • IT 270: Web Site Design
  • IT 315: Object Oriented Analysis and Design
  • IT 328: Project Management in Information Technology
  • IT 330: Database Design and Management
  • IT 331: Human Factors in Information Technology
  • IT 340: Network and Telecommunication Management
  • IT 380: Cybersecurity and Information Assurance
  • IT 385: Information Technology Communications
  • IT 412: Cyberlaw and Ethics
  • IT 415: Advanced Information Systems Design (Capstone)
  • IT 420: Advanced Information Systems Implementation (Capstone)
  • IT 489: Information Technology Portfolio Planning
  • Students choose 12 credits of approved electives in the major area

General Education Courses

  • 12 credits of Foundation Area courses
  • 24 credits of Exploration Area courses
  • 9 credits of Integration Area courses

(Note: Students must take MAT 240 and ECO 201 as General Education requirements.)

Free Electives

  • 6 credits of free elective courses

Post-Graduation Opportunities

Furthering Your Education:

This BS in Information Technologies degree program could prepare students to pursue a number of careers, however some students may choose to continue their training. Graduate programs could provide students with the business management skills needed to advance their career or expand their knowledge of IT theories and trends. Some related master's degrees include:

  • Master of Science in Information Technology
  • Master of Science in Information Technology Management
  • Master of Business Administration in Information Technology

Career Paths:

Upon completion of SNHU's BS in Information Technologies program, graduates could be ready to pursue a variety of entry-level IT jobs. Opportunities could be found in corporate IT departments, retail corporations, manufacturing companies, hospitals, schools, government agencies, or virtually any place with an IT department. Some of the job titles they could consider include:

  • Computer User Support Specialist
  • Management Analyst
  • Network Systems Administrator
  • IT Project Manager
  • Information Technology Manager

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