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Information Technology

Information technology graduates are on the cutting edge of computer operating systems, mobile applications, browsers, software and networking. They integrate computer technology and tailor it to an organization’s needs and infrastructure. Planning and managing an organization’s IT infrastructure requires a solid foundation in applied computing, as well as management and people skills.

Bachelor’s of Information Technology (BIT)

A BIT degree blends technical information – software development, networks, digital media and Web engineering – with business courses. The degree also requires an internship to immerse graduates in real-world experiences. Kansas City is home to some of the nation’s most powerful firms, offering IT graduates an ideal place to get started.

The BIT degree program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET,

Admission Requirements Transfer Admission Requirements Where Information Technologists Work
  • Software development firms
  • Private companies
  • Consulting firms
  • Any place that has a computer