Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

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Program Description

The University of the Potomac is ranked #2 in the U.S for “Small Colleges that Cost the Least but Reap the Most Earnings” according to The Street, financial magazine. The University of the Potomac is a situated in the heart of downtown Washington D.C. With competitive degrees and the opportunity to work for and with world-renowned organizations, Potomac is a leading choice to begin your education. They offer an array of online classes to fit your schedule.

The information technology degree provides theoretical understanding and technical expertise in developing and managing an organization’s technical resources. These resources include logical, physical, human and financial resources. Subject areas covered include cyber security, computer forensics, networks and operating systems, project management, and management of information technology.

Available: Online & On-Campus

Time to complete: 120 Semester Credits / 8 Semesters / 48 Months

Cost: On-Campus International - $750 per credit Approximately $22,500.00 per year +applicable fees Online International - $541.00 per credit Approximately $16,230.00 per year +applicable fees

Scholarships: Federal financial aid available to qualified students

Admission Requirements:

  • Completed admissions application
  • $100 application fee
  • Official transcripts translated to English
  • English language proficiency; TOEFL PBT 500+, IBT 60+; IELTS 6.0+
  • Proof of financial funds
  • Copy of passport w/ photo
  • $500 tuition deposit

Course Structure:

To receive a degree in Accounting, students must earn 120 semester credit hours.

  • General Education - 30 credits
  • Management - 6 credits
  • Computing - 36 credits
  • Electives - 51 credits*

*at least 18 credits must be in upper-division courses which may include one of the concentrations below.

Concentrations (4):

  • Cyber Security,
  • Digital Forensics,
  • Management,
  • Network Systems Administration

Extras:

Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) The four (4) courses listed below from the Network Systems Administration concentration prepare students for the examination leading to MCTS certification:

  • COMP 310 Windows Operating Systems
  • MICS 466 Windows Server – Directory Services
  • MICS 468 Windows Server – Infrastructure, Design, and Configuration
  • MICS 476 Windows Server – Administration
Last updated Nov 2018

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