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Bachelor of Applied Science—Information Technology

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​Advance Your Education in Information Technology

The field of information technology is booming, with an abundance of high-paying IT jobs just waiting to be filled by people like you. Are you ready to be a part of it?

Getting your BAS in IT is easily affordable here, and your choice will pay off once you land your first IT gig. You can begin and finish your bachelor’s in IT in just four years, or two if you’re already a Broward College student with your associate’s degree. 

To see if enrolling in the IT program is a good option for you, take a look at our program highlights.

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Classroom Experience
Our BAS in IT offers a high-tech approach to managing and ensuring the security of advanced information systems. We will instruct you on how to:
  • Engineer computer software 
  • Administer complex databases
  • Act as a network systems administrator
Class sizes are small and are taught by dedicated faculty members and adjunct instructors with experience in the field. The students you will be learning with come from all walks of life, some with experience in IT and others just starting out.

If you want to speed up the amount of time it takes to complete
your degree, you can choose fast track classes. We even make it easy for you to participate in the program if you’re a working professional, or have responsibilities at home by offering flexible class times.

Career Path
The job outlook for graduates with a bachelor’s degree in information technology is excellent. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects much faster job availability for IT specialists than in other occupations.
IT graduates have the flexibility to work in any area, whether it's a public or private organization. Upon completing your degree, you can find work in IT departments within:
  • Corporations
  • Hospitals and clinics
  • Universities and colleges

Search jobs in IT. 

Is This Program Right for Me?
It takes a certain kind of person to excel in the area of IT. The individuals who have the most success are typically:
  • Patient
  • Critical thinkers
  • Problem solvers
This bachelor’s program in IT is designed for technical professionals who already have their two-year technical degree or are in the process of getting one. Before you apply to this program, you should complete a minimum of 15 semester hours of general education requirements.

Broward College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Broward College.

Being able to complete your bachelor’s degree in IT depends in large part on the people who teach you. The faculty and adjunct instructors that we bring aboard for this program are at the forefront of the information technology field. Their real-world experience and applications enrich your learning at Broward College, giving you a practical perspective in IT.
Completion of a BAS in Information Technology requires 120 credit hours. The curriculum culminates in a capstone project in the last semester of your senior year. 
  • Obtain three insurance licenses exam-free
  • Complete your degree in only 24 months
  • Earn your A.S. in Vision Care.
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  • Third Year in a Row
  • Ranked 3rd for Associate Degrees
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  • Ranked #2 in the Nation
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