Bachelor of Science in Information TechnologyNAU's Information Technology is an excellent bachelor's degree program for students with an interest or background in technology, whether work-related or academic. This program prepares students for today’s technology-based careers and industries, with relevant instruction in all aspects of personal computing including: multimedia telecommunications, technical writing, end-user information systems, troubleshooting, and hardware maintenance. The information technology degree is designed to provide the flexibility to integrate specialized technology and skills into a customized information technology program. A minimum of 27 credit hours in one specialty area is required to complete this program. Two options are available under this program: (1) transfer of credit from the source of the specialty training, or (2) creation of a specialty area using approved National American University courses.
Students in some programs may be required to…
- Attend classes at different locations
- Take online classes
- For more information call (877) 628-5211 or visit the Centennial (Denver Metro) campus page for complete contact details.
- Principle of Programming
- Introduction to Database
- Internetworking Fundamentals
- Database Design and Management
- Computer Ethics
- Website & Web Application Design