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Accredited Colleges Offering Information Technology Degrees

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Our society is now completely dependent on information technology. People use the telecommunications, the Internet, and television to communicate ides, find news and information, and virtually everything else. Plus, the consumer market demands new technologies quickly. Therefore, creative and innovative experts in information technology are constantly in demand with top companies, including Microsoft, Apple, Comcast, and AT&T. Information technology degrees can be surprisingly marketable and can lead to high salaries.

Information technology degrees are available, though rarely, at the community college level. Most people begin their careers in information technology as undergraduates enrolled in four-year degree programs and choose to further their careers by finding entry-level positions or pursuing master's degrees and doctoral degrees. Because degree programs in information technology can be more theoretical and less practical, employers look favorably upon practical experience, as this is the best evidence that students can work successfully in the field. IT graduates work everywhere from local phone companies to major technology corporations, often depending on their experience and education level. As a result, salaries are also varied.

The ability to work with various technologies, and familiarity with different brands and platforms, are of the utmost importance. IT professionals also need to be dedicated self-starters, as employers trust IT experts to foresee and solve problems proactively. Having the ability to work with others is also critical, as information technology is a project-based field that requires regular collaboration. Perhaps most importantly, information technology professionals must be adept problem solvers. Some IT programs contain more programming training, while others strictly focus on computer and IT repair.

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Accredited Colleges Offering Information Technology Degrees
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Ashford University Not Provided 67% (667 reviews)
161 Programs, 12 in Information Technology (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BA/Business Information Systems
  • BS/Computer Software Technology
  • BS/Computer Software Technology - Web Content
  • BS/Cyber & Data Security Technology
Purdue University Global $14,343 36% (121 reviews)
218 Programs, 26 in Information Technology (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • AAS in Information Technology
  • AASBA - Information Processing
  • AASIT - IT Generalist
  • AASIT - Network Administration
Southern New Hampshire University Online $9,600 61% (345 reviews)
337 Programs, 42 in Information Technology (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • AS Information Technologies
  • BA General Studies - Information Technologies
  • BA Information Technologies
  • BS Computer Science
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Campuses: Abilene
$34,850 95% (20 reviews)
Campuses: Los Angeles
$7,500 89% (9 reviews)
Campuses: San Francisco
$22,308 29% (76 reviews)
Campuses: Seattle
$21,000 Add Review
Campuses: Houston
$12,070 - $14,640 20% (5 reviews)
Campuses: Montgomery
$19,396 75% (4 reviews)
Campuses: Albany
$4,848 Add Review
Campuses: Santa Maria
$6,784 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Everett, Somerset
$9,290 Add Review
Campuses: St. Joseph
$14,940 100% (12 reviews)
Campuses: Parkersburg, Princeton
$17,361 9% (11 reviews)
Campuses: Sacramento
$8,712 Add Review
Campuses: Donaldson
$17,550 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Anderson
$30,450 92% (12 reviews)
Campuses: Anderson
$28,000 100% (2 reviews)
Campuses: Arnold
$12,740 100% (1 review)
Campuses: Lancaster
$6,500 100% (2 reviews)
Campuses: Phoenix
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Campuses: Littleton, Castle Rock, Parker
$15,006 100% (3 reviews)
Campuses: Seattle
$13,704 49% (47 reviews)
Campuses: Phoenix
$13,704 49% (138 reviews)
Campuses: Tempe, Glendale, Scottsdale, Mesa, <span class='has-tip' title='... Phoenix'>...
$18,629 - $28,336 86% (346 reviews)
Campuses: Mountain Home
$4,464 Add Review
Campuses: Russellville
$12,678 83% (12 reviews)
Campuses: Savannah
--- 75% (8 reviews)
Campuses: Pasadena
$43,416 Add Review
Campuses: Asheville, Candler, Marshall
$8,776 100% (3 reviews)
Campuses: Clinton
Not Provided 67% (667 reviews)
Campuses: Online
Not Provided 60% (366 reviews)
Campuses: Online
Not Provided 100% (2 reviews)

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