NAU’s Information Technology Degree: An Increasingly Relevant Career Program


Today’s world is technology-driven and is vital to be a competitive candidate within the workplace overall. Those that hold information technology professional skills are valued in a variety of industries and IT careers are fast-growing and high-paying. National American University’s Information Technology degrees help build relevant skills to meet the demands of this ever-evolving industry. As technology advances, so does the job outlook. For most of the past 20 years, employment in computer systems design and related services has grown rapidly, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. NAU’s Information Technology degree is available both online and on-campus in the areas of networking, database programming, and more.

The demand for IT professionals is high for those that hold this specialized skillset and available careers are rampant, as IT professionals are needed in a wide array of industries. According to an article by, employment in all computer occupations is expected to increase by 22% by 2020, which is faster than average. Some careers within the IT field include:

  • Computer and Information Systems Managers
  • Information Security Analysts
  • Database Administrators
  • Network and Computer Systems Administrators

NAU offers Information Technology degrees at a variety of levels with numerous concentrations:

  • Diploma
    • Diploma in Computer Support Specialist
    • Diploma in Network and Server Administration
  • Associate
    • Associate of Applied Science in Electronic Health Record Support Specialist
    • Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology
    • Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology (Indianapolis)
  • Bachelor’s
    • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, emphasis in Computer Security and Forensics
    • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, emphasis in Management Information Systems
    • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, emphasis in Network Management, Microsoft

If you’re looking for a stable, high-paying career and have a strong interest in Information Technology, NAU’s Information Technology degree program might be right for you. NAU program offerings vary by location.


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