Are you interested in the implementation and maintenance of information solutions that are critical to modern businesses? Information technology graduates who complete this ABET-accredited program develop the following competencies:
– Configuring and managing complex computer and database systems.
– Creating network architectures in cybersecure infrastructures.
– Full stack development.
An IT degree helps graduates develop the knowledge and abilities to:
– Manage big data and computer networks in professional contexts.
– Monitor and improve the security of these key technology assets.
From the start of this IT degree program, you’ll develop a basic grasp of computer programming languages. Then, throughout the information technology degree program, you will build knowledge and practical expertise in information systems, networking and security.
Full-time students can complete a bachelor’s degree in about four years. The Bachelor of Science in information technology degree at Arizona State University is 120 credit hours and can be spread across multiple terms. On average, learners commit about six hours of actual time per credit hour, per week to the program. Each class lasts 7.5 weeks, with a total of 40 classes.
You are considered a freshman for application purposes if you have not attended college at all, or have fewer than 12 transferable credit hours (with a minimum 2.50 cumulative GPA).
Freshman applicants who possess a high school diploma and meet the following requirements will be admitted to ASU.
4 years math.
4 years English (non-ESL/ELL courses).
3 years lab sciences (1 year each from biology, chemistry, earth science, integrated sciences or physics).
2 years social sciences (including 1 year American history).
2 years same second language
1 year fine arts or 1 year career and technical education.
Applicants must also meet at least one of the following:
– Top 25% in high school graduating class.
– 3.00 GPA in competency courses (4.00 = A).
– ACT score of 22 for Arizona residents (24 non-residents)* or SAT Reasoning score of 1120 for Arizona residents (1180 non-residents)*.
– *ASU does not require the writing portion of these tests.
You’re almost there! Complete the undergraduate admission application online. You will be required to submit a non-refundable application fee.
$70: U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident, in-application for permanent residency, DACA or international online student studying outside the U.S.
$115: International students on any non-immigrant visa type studying in the U.S. (e.g. F-1, H1-B, H-4, etc.).
Request your ACT or SAT scores be sent directly to ASU from ACT or from the College Board, for SAT scores.
ACT or SAT scores are required for merit scholarship consideration and for ASU course placement.