Bachelor of Science Degree
NAU’s Information Technology program 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 well for today’s technology-based careers, with relevant instruction in all aspects of personal computing including: multimedia telecommunications, technical writing, end-user information systems, troubleshooting, and hardware maintenance.
New students receive the maximum amount of transfer credits for their one- or two-year IT degrees, as well as for previous IT credits earned. This gives students the opportunity to complete their education in the shortest time possible, and pursue their exciting new career paths in today’s business world.
The information technology degree is designed to provide the flexibility to integrate specialized technology and skills into a customized information technology program. It is intended for individuals with degrees, diplomas, certificates or certifications in specialty areas, such as information technology, computer science, programming, networks, computer aided design and database, or other related areas. A minimum of 27 credit hours in one specialty area is required to complete this program. This degree prepares the graduate for advancement in management or technical areas associated with their specialty field. 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.
To learn more about program goals, learning outcomes and course descriptions, view our undergraduate catalog.
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