• Computer Information Technology – Bachelor Degree in IT (B.S.)
    The Computer Information Technology bachelor's degree equips students to meet business and communication needs by utilizing best computing practices.

    Computer Information Technology – Bachelor Degree in IT (B.S.)

    Our computer information technology degree program teaches students computer skills that are relevant in today's IT field. In this program, you'll cover topics like computer programming; database development and administration; software and application design; network systems analysis, design, and management; and computer information security. These information technology courses focus on helping you learn the technical and professional skills employers are looking for.

    Degree Quick Facts

    • 120 credit hours (36 in major, 18 in CIT foundation core, 45 in general education, 21 in electives)
    • Apply up to 31 credits from your prior life and learning experiences
    • Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
    Class Format:

    Classes are typically completed in five-week, seven-week, and ten-week blocks.

    Online, Colorado Springs, Denver Tech Center, Grand Junction, Lakewood, Loveland, Northglenn, Sterling

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  • A Degree in IT Equips Students with Technical Skills and Business Knowledge

    In addition to gaining technical mastery, students will also be equipped with a core business education taught from a Christ-centered perspective. This perspective enables them to demonstrate excellence in their workplace and lives. With these skills, students will be prepared for careers in areas such as computer programming, network design and management, technical support, application design and information securities, as well as other emerging technical fields.

    In addition to courses required for this program, IT degree students must complete a selection of General Education courses. See the Associate of Arts: General Studies degree program for details.

    Local residents can earn their information technology degree at any College of Adult and Graduate Studies Regional Center. This program also allows you to take information technology courses online, from any location.

    Bachelor's Degree in IT Program Benefits

    • Degrees in IT are among the most marketable offered today.
    • This program is specifically designed for busy adult students with work and family commitments.
    • In-seat classes are taught in seminar format with select coursework enhanced through online instruction, allowing for more flexibility in completing assignments outside of class.
    • Students take one course at a time with classroom-based courses meeting one night a week for five weeks.
    • Students can choose to complete coursework entirely online. Online courses typically run for five weeks with weekly assignments completed around your schedule.
    • Small class sizes encourage individualized learning and networking.
    • Students have direct access to professors who are also professionals in the field.

    Contact an Enrollment Counselor at the College of Adult and Graduate Studies Center near you to learn more about this program and becoming a student at Colorado Christian University.

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