Information Technology in Focus

A student searching for a path into the information technology (IT) field has numerous options to consider: campus-based or online learning? Internship or straight to the job market?Bachelor’s degree or master’s degree? This in-depth guide sheds light on IT degree programs, coursework, scholarships, internships, salary expectations and more, to help students and aspiring professionals make smart, informed decisions.

Information technology specialists are involved in some of the fastest-growing industries in the world. Some specialists research new and exciting advancements in technology while others focus on connecting humanity to technology through programming and human interfacing.

Careers in information technology cover a wide array of skills and specializations. The following examples fit beneath the larger information technology heading, but require different skills and training:

  • Systems analysts:Bring together business and information technology by working directly with a company or organization’s information systems to design the most effective and efficient processes.
  • Computer information research:Test and push the limits of current information technology, innovating the existing systems. They design new approaches to the storing and sharing of information.
  • Computer support:Offer guidance and advice to non-tech-savvy companies and individuals for information technology troubleshooting or support.

These three specializations are only a few of the possibilities. Customers, business needs and cutting-edge research defines the fluxing information technology job market, and many specialists end up having responsibilities that overlap into different areas.For this reason, potential college graduates should explore a multitude of disciplines and possibilities. These options change with time, but they also change by region. Get the latest research on job market and salary:

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Internships

With college graduates surging into the few job openings every year, receiving a “We’ll let you know” response after an interview can be a confidence killer. The key to finding a job and starting a career is to stay ahead of the game, and staying ahead starts with the right first step.

Not only will an intern construct professional relationships within the hierarchy of the company, but they will gain knowledge, hone skills, and learn the tools of the trade. Companies spend time, money and energy training new employees and experienced interns will be all the more alluring to hiring managers.

The following internships represent real opportunities, but also excellent illustrations of the types of internships students can expect to find on a yearly basis:

Creative Design & Manufacturing Agency - IT & Technology Intern
Location: Hermosa Beach, California
Specs: Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description: Intern will gain experience alongside the best IT administrators to manage hardware and software. Expect to gain experience in working with Salesforce, Cirrus,Interspire, Joomla, Wordpress, and more.
Company Affiliation: RP & Associates

IT Internship
Location: Bradenton, FL
Specs: Unpaid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description: Interns will work with software quality assurance, troubleshooting, tech support, tutorials, etc. Other duties may include developing marketing and sales promos, enhancing applications, and assisting with weekly software demos.
Company Affiliation:VirtualBarter

IT Internship
Location: Shanghai and Beijing, China
Specs: Unpaid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description: Interns will gain experience in managing webpages and blog, utilizing web development, and researching the creation of an iOS app.
Company Affiliation: CRCC Asia

Computer/IT Intern with PHP experience
Location: Rockville, MD
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description: Our concentrations and solutions have been exceptionally touted in the following areas: Software Solutions, Mobile Apps, Professional Services, Training, IT Governance, Grants Management & Scientific Review.
Company Affiliation:DSFederal

IT Intern at busy Non-Profit
Location: Charlotte, NC
Specs: Unpaid, Non-Profit, Immediate, Open to Students
Description: Intern will work with base IT troubleshooting issues. The hours are flexible, but bigger projects may require a stricter schedule.
Company Affiliation: McLeod Addictive Disease Center

Paid IT Internship
Location: Hyattsville, MD
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description: The intern will support the IT department, doing many various duties: troubleshooting, assisting with mobile phone setup, working with inventory and asset management, assisting with company website and more.
Company Affiliation: ETTE

Research Intern
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Summer, Open to Students
Description:IT Research intern will be involved in research concerning any number of things: game applications, software development, cyber security and more.
Company Affiliation: SIFT (Smart Information Flow Technologies)

Developer Technology Based Training Intern (Grad)
Location:Bellevue, Washington
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Summer, Open to Students
Description:Develop, test, debug and maintain programs; Produce, edit, compress media or animation; Support designers to design imagery, navigation, and functionality.
Company Affiliation:T-Mobile

Teaching Internship at Pixel Academy
Location:Brooklyn, NY
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description:Intern will support teaching staff of IT workshops: interactive technology, assisting in designing curriculum, acting as a role model!
Company Affiliation:Pixel Academy

IT Intern - Summer Internship Program
Location:Chesterbrook, PA
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Summer, Open to Students
Description:A 10-week program focusing on Areas of Focus: Application Development, Business Intelligence, IT Security, Project Management, and Mobility.
Company Affiliation:AmerisourceBergen Corporation

Creative Design & Manufacturing Agency - IT & Technology Intern
Location:Hermosa Beach, CA
Specs: Unpaid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description:Intern will gain experience alongside the best IT administrators to manage hardware and software. Expect to gain experience in working with Salesforce, Cirrus,Interspire, Joomla, Wordpress, and more.
Company Affiliation:RP & Associates

Programing Intern
Location:Dexter, MI
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Summer, Open to Students
Description:Interns will help develop our products using the latest technologies, will code the software to meet design specifications, and will collaborate with analysts all under the supervision of an experienced mentor.
Company Affiliation:Thomson Reuters

Social Media Intern
Location:San Mateo, CA
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description:Assist with our social media marketing efforts. Interns will be a part of a technology team in an up-and-coming techie space. Interns will be required to think strategically about social media and its possible uses for marketing.
Company Affiliation:Hexis Cyber Solutions

Paid IT Internship Wanted
Location:Beijing, China
Specs: Unpaid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description:Open positions include IT/Web developer, Web marketing assistant, Web graphic designer, and Web contents editor
Company Affiliation:Go Abroad China

ALEX Production Internship
Location:Chicago, IL
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Summer, Open to Students
Description:Interns are sought to learn about and develop the communications platform ALEX. All interns must be available for the entire period of June-November.
Company Affiliation:The Jellyvision Lab, Inc.

Server-Side Development Intern
Location:Los Angeles, CA
Specs: Unpaid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description:The Server-Side Engineering Intern will work closely with the Chief Server Architect, to implement server-side solutions using node.js, Mongo DB and Apigee’s App Services.
Company Affiliation:SocialTagg

QA Internship for Hot Tech Startup
Location:San Francisco, California
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Summer, Open to Students
Description:Interns will be involved in the running of diagnostic tests, the technical support for customers, identifying of bugs and potential solutions, and more!
Company Affiliation:Two Bright Lights

Statistics Engineer Internship
Location:San Francisco, CA
Specs: Unpaid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description:The intern will work to apply statistical analysis, operations research, and data mining to better prepare the company for response and change.
Company Affiliation:Tugboat Yards

Customer Service Intern
Location:Santa Clara, CA
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description:Interns will be involved in a variety of IT duties, from writing instructions on software use to speaking directly to customers about troubleshooting problems.
Company Affiliation:SupportPay by Ittavi

Information Technology Intern (Country Operations) - Summer 2014
Location:Irving, Texas
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Summer, Open to Students
Description:The IT intern will work with the Country Operations team. He/she will assist with client/network hardware and software and troubleshoot problems in a creative way.
Company Affiliation:Lehigh Hanson

Developer Intern
Location:Providence, RI
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description:Looking for a self-motivated IT guru who is proficient in JS (Node, Angluar, and Video) and who is analytical and creative.
Company Affiliation:CoachMe

Ecommerce Internship
Location:Oakdale, PA
Specs: Unpaid, Corporate, Immediate, Open to Students
Description:Interns will be involved in a variety of projects, such as customer service, collaborative planning, social media projects, online storefront management, and more!
Company Affiliation:Dress Haute, INC

Creative Technology Internship
Location:Bethesda, Maryland
Specs: Unpaid, Corporate, Summer, Open to Students
Description:Intern will research new tech and innovate ways that the company can use them; will build prototypes for customer satisfaction; will redesign a new company website, and more!
Company Affiliation:RP3 Agency

User Experience Design Intern
Location:Cambridge, MA
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Summer, Open to Students
Description:Pegasystems is looking for an intern who can design and develop the User Experience for major industry frameworks and work with others to help design the overall UX direction for Pegasystems.
Company Affiliation:Pegasystems

Technology Intern
Location: Culver City, CA
Specs: Paid, Corporate, Summer, Open to Students
Description: Interns will help with general technology operations, analytics and reporting, software development and testing/test automation.
Company Affiliation: Thomson Reuters

Information Technologyin College

Within an information technology degree, students gain insight into the involved theories and practices. The associate’s degree is a two-year option for those students eager to get out into the workforce. It works through the fundamentals of computer networking and programming. Add two more years to receive a bachelor’s degree and a more in-depth look at technology as it applies to database management and the ethical implications of information technology. Graduate degrees, master’s and PhD, often carry the classroom into the real world through research and experience with topics such as information system analysis and modeling.

While figuring out degree options is important, working out how to pay for the degree is crucial, as well.

Scholarships

Securing funding for an information technology degree can be perplexing, whether it is an associate’s or PhD program. Often, students feel the need to pay for it themselves, and they ignore the support of generous individuals. Across the country, philanthropists donate money to help students pay for degrees. Scholarships offer a fine funding option because they are based on things like GPA or financial need, and they do not need to be paid back after completing the degree. This list of 25 information technology scholarships shows details and criteria:

ACT Foundation Second-Year Scholarship Program

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$1,000 Available for full-time information technology students enrolling in their second year (sophomore). http://www.accountcontrolfoundation.org.

The Edwards Life Sciences Scholarship Program

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$2,500 Renewable scholarship open to students who pursue a degree in information technology and who reside in Orange County, CA or Salt Lake, UT. http://www.edwards.com/SharedPages/Pages/ScholarshipProgram.aspx

Great Lakes National Scholarship

Amount Eligibility More Info
$2,500 Open to students who plan on enrolling full-time in an informational technology degree. Must maintain a 2.75 GPA. https://www.mygreatlakes.org/educate/knowledge-center/national-scholarship.html

Buick Achievers Scholarship Program

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Up to $25,000 Awarded to students who are enrolled in full-time information technology degrees and who are also leaders in the community. http://www.buickachievers.com

CBCF General Mills Health Scholarship Program

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$2,500 Open to students who enroll in a full-time information technology program at an accredited two- or four-year university. http://sms.scholarshipamerica.org/cbcfgeneralmillshealth/

Kevin Jetton Service Scholarship

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Varied Open to IT students with high scholastic standing and who have proven service to fellow IT professors and peers. https://www.edfoundation.org/kevinjettonscholarship.htm

William R. Reaugh Memorial Scholarship

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Varied Open to IT students with high scholastic standing and who have proven service to fellow IT professors and peers. https://www.edfoundation.org/williamreaughscholarship.htm

AFFIRM University Scholarship

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Varied Open to information technology students who attend University of Maryland or Syracuse University. http://www.affirm.org/scholarship_program

HSF/Hormel Scholarship

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$2,500 Eligibility open for Hispanic students who are interested in pursuing a full-time degree in information technology. http://www.hsf.net/

Toyota/UNCF Scholarship

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$7,500 Open to undergraduate freshmen who maintain a 3.0 GPA and are interested in a degree in informational technology. http://www.uncf.org/forstudents/scholarship.asp

Ada I. Pressman Memorial Scholarship

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$5,000 Open to full-time students who are actively pursuing a degree in information technology at an ABET-accredited college of university. http://www.swe.org/

Eugene Garfield Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship

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$1,000-5,000 Open to doctoral candidates seeking a PhD degree in information technology. http://beta-phi-mu.org/scholarships/

Wayne Alexander Memorial Scholarship

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$2,000 Open to undergraduate students who plan on majoring in an information technology field. http://www.edsf.org/what_we_do/scholarships/index.html

Lucy KasparianAharonian Scholarships

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Varied Awarded to full-time, female students who are currently pursuing information technology degrees. http://aiwainternational.org/initiatives/scholarships/

Dr. Robert W. Sims Memorial Scholarship

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$3,000 Open to information technology students enrolled in a public college or university in the state of Florida. http://www.faeds.org/scholarships_dr_robert_sims.cfm

HSF/Marathon Oil Corporation College Scholarship Program

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Up to $15,000 Awarded to Hispanic students who major in an information technology degree program. http://hsf.net/en/scholarships/programs/hsf-marathon-oil-scholarship

HSF/Verizon Foundation Scholarship

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$2,500 Awarded to Hispanic students who major in an information technology degree program.

AAUW Selected Professions Fellowships

Amount Eligibility More Info
$5,000-12,000 Financial aid available for female student in good academic standing and in an information technology major program. www.aauw.org

ACM Scholarship

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$1,000 Available for students enrolled in an information technology degree at South Alabama University. http://www.southalabama.edu

Ray Greenly - $25,000 scholarship

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$2,500-25,000 Open to sophomore, junior, or senior information technology student enrolled full-time. https://nrfscholars.communityforce.com/

A.P.I.C.S. Scholarship

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$1,000-2,500 Information technology students must write a 500-word essay declaring their intentions and goals for the future. http://www.sa.sdsu.edu/

AFCEA – Armed Forces Command and Electronics Association Scholarship

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$2,000 Applicants must be residents of Hawaii and planning to enroll in an information technology degree program. http://www.afceahi.org/

Blandin Paper Company Scholarship

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$5,000 Open to sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate school students who are actively pursuing degrees in information technology. http://www.css.edu/

Business Information Technology Advantage Scholarship

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$6,954 Awarded to non-resident students majoring in business information technology http://www.mtech.edu/admission/scholarship_info.htm

Chris Kline Memorial Scholarship

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$2,500 Applicants must be female students who are currently pursuing a degree in information technology. http://frcc.cc.co.us/

Computer Engineering Degree Programs

Each information technology degree level is offered in three different learning modes. Campus-based programs are traditional classroom-based options, requiring students to spend time with classmates and professors. Papers and projects are submitted in-person. Online programs offer a schedule-friendly option, allowing for employment during the day with coursework at night or on the weekends. Students might be required to chat or video conference with professors and classmates. Assignments are submitted using the World Wide Web. Hybrid programs are a special mix of the two, requiring much of the coursework to be completed and submitted using the Internet but often requiring the student to be physically present for lab work.

Online Degrees in Depth

Each collegiate discipline requires close work with subject material. Many professions lend themselves to working directly with people, such as business administration or elementary education. Likewise, information technology students and professionals often find themselves in situations where teamwork is a must; however, the electronic nature of the subject matter positions it to thrive in an online degree program.

The key to an online degree program is the virtual classroom, where various technologies are employed to bring students and professors together. Communication tools, such as Skype or WebCT, simplify this connection and make it possible for students to turn in lab results, research, essays and other coursework.

Synchronous versus Asynchronous

Online information technology programs are offered in two types: synchronous (real-time) and asynchronous (self-paced). Real-time programs focus around schedule set by the professor, wherein students must chat, collaborate or turn in coursework. Self-paced programs give more freedom to the individual student, allowing the learning schedule to go at the pace of the learner. Coursework, reading, tests and essay due dates all take place at the convenience of the student.

Equipment Standards

Most online degree programs have requirements for the minimum level of accepted technology. The base requirements include a personal computer, word processing software, a consistent internet connection, and an up-to-date web browser. Within the information technology world, however, the requirements are much steeper. Online information technology students need access to a faster computer, programs for software development, and tools for working with computer hardware. Contact an experienced student or a knowledgeable administrator for the lowdown on the necessary tools.

Student Profile #1 - Leslie

Leslie enjoys information technology, but was unsure of how much education she really needed before starting her career. Her associate’s degree gave her foundational principles and encouraged her to follow-up her two years with another two years and a bachelor’s degree.

Associate’s Degree in Information Technology (2 years)

By design, a two-year associate’s degree in information technology affords a solid educational base. Year one offers comprehensive knowledge in subjects like English and math, while creating a base in computer networking and database management. Year two completes the training through exploration of system administration and digital media. The following chart outlines the two-year information technology degree by semester:

First Semester (Freshman) Credits Overview
Fundamentals of Information Technology 3 An introduction to the field of Information Technology including technology concepts, terminology, hardware components and software applications.
Computer Networking 3 Covering the spectrum of computer networking in the theoretical and practical framework.
Computer Programming I 3 The course introduces students to object-oriented computer programming and problem solving.
English Composition 3 This course emphasizes critical reading, writing, and textual analysis with particular focus on argument and research-based writing.
Pre-Calculus 3 Study of functions, equations and systems of equations, sequences and series, trigonometry, and vectors, and assumes prior exposure to these topics.
Second Semester (Freshman) Credits Overview
Computer Programming II 3 The course will cover advanced topics such as threads, data structures, files, database and network application programming.
Database Management I 3 This is an introductory course to the technology of database design and implementation.
System Administration 3 This course will provide the knowledge and hands-on skills necessary to manage a Local Area Network and its resources.
Fundamentals of Digital Media 3 The focus is on using multimedia to communicate technical information effectively to technical and non-technical audiences.
Introduction to Interpersonal Communication 3 Topics include verbal and nonverbal communication, perception, listening, emotions, relationship development, conflict and power.
Third Semester (Sophomore) Credits Overview
Database Management II 3 The course covers database design and administration. Topics include, but are not limited to, logical and physical database design in enterprise environment, enterprise database server administration, stored procedures, triggers, back up, security, transaction management, etc.
Implications of Information Technology 3 This course focuses on the impact brought upon our society by computers and its related technologies.
Fundamentals of Web Development 3 Provides the knowledge and skills to create and manage websites using tools such as Dreamweaver and Dynamic HTML
Applied Statistics for Human Services I 3 An introduction to statistics for students in human services and other related fields of study.
Fourth Semester (Sophomore) Credits Overview
Information Security and Assurance 3 An introduction to the various technical and administrative aspects of information security and assurance.
Information Technology Elective 3 Students can enroll in any number of advisor-approved IT electives.
Intermediate Composition 3 This course emphasizes critical reading and writing, advanced research and argument skills and rhetorical understanding of language as it is used in different discourse communities.
Introduction to Discrete Mathematics 3 A course designed for students interested in information technology and programming that includes topics in logic, number systems, set theory, methods of proof, probability, logic networks, and graph theory.

Student Profile #2 - Carrie

Carrie declared her information technology major during her freshman year, enjoying all aspects of network infrastructures. During the summer between junior and senior year, she completed an internship with a bank in Colorado and garnered a position there after graduation.

Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology (4 years)

Most information technology bachelor’s degrees last between four and five years. Specific and in-depth classes include system analysis, network infrastructures, and a final senior design project. The final two years of the degree may look similar to the following:

Fifth Semester (Junior) Credits Overview
Human Computer Interaction 3 This course will provide the knowledge and hands-on skills to design, implement, manage and trouble-shoot the logical and physical network infrastructure components.
System Analysis & Design 3 A broad study of systems development life-cycle, from the initial stages of systems requirement analysis to the implementation of the system.
Information Technology Elective 3 Students can enroll in any number of advisor-approved IT electives.
Natural Science Elective 3 Students can enroll in any number of advisor-approved science electives.
Network Infrastructure Management 3 This course will provide the knowledge and hands-on skills to design, implement, manage and trouble-shoot the logical and physical network infrastructure components.
Sixth Semester (Junior) Credits Overview
Information Technology Elective 3 Students can enroll in any number of advisor-approved IT electives.
Technical and Scientific Writing 3 This course readies students for the kinds and purposes of professional writing they will do in their professional careers in technology, science, and engineering.
Natural Science Elective 3 Students can enroll in any number of advisor-approved science electives.
Seventh Semester (Senior) Credits Overview
Senior Design Project Management I 3 The objective of this course is to develop a prototype for the senior project.
Information Technology Elective 3 Students can enroll in any number of advisor-approved IT electives.
Arts/Humanities Elective 3 Students can enroll in any number of advisor-approved arts electives.
Eighth Semester (Senior) Credits Overview
Senior Design Project Management II 3 This course focuses on the knowledge and skills required to complete the second phase of the capstone senior experience: Final Product.
Management in Information Technology 3 General management techniques and specific issues and tools for project management in information technology.
Information Technology Elective 3 Students can enroll in any number of advisor-approved IT electives.
Arts/Humanities Elective 3 Students can enroll in any number of advisor-approved arts electives.

Student Profile #3 - Robert

Robert’s bachelor’s degree in information technology came to an end just as he was beginning to find his passion. He built upon his extensive knowledge by entering a master’s program and completing its requirements. He was able to dive more deeply into information technology and find a well-paying position doing what he loved.

Master’s Degrees in Information Technology

For those who wish to continue beyond a bachelor’s degree in information technology, a master’s degree and another two years of coursework await. A master’s degree is a much more specialized experience, and students often choose between two tracks as they continue on. Career-minded individuals tend to choose a non-thesis track, where their degrees culminate in comprehensive tests or projects. For those who wish to continue into a doctoral program, the thesis option is popular. A thesis is a long paper which goes before a review board of professors.

Each graduate degree track varies according to specialization, department and institution, so research prior to starting is a must. Most departments will connect prospective students with an advisor, usually a veteran professor, to make sure that the chosen track fits within academic and career prospects. The variance between degree programs makes it difficult to list a specific curriculum for information technology, but the following reveals a strong representation of the core classes in the program:

Master’s Program Core Courses Overview
Orientation to Graduate Studies An introduction to the planning skills and work habits which create an atmosphere of graduate study success.
Information Technology Foundations A fundamental study of technology and its applications, as well as the economic and social issues they have raised.
Information Technology Infrastructure A study of systems analysis and design, using selected engineering and management science techniques and practices.
Information Systems Analysis, Modeling, and Design A study of systems analysis and design, using selected engineering and management science techniques and practices.
Information Technology Project Management An examination of the fundamental principles and practice of managing programs and projects in an information processing and high-tech environment.
Economics and Financial Analysis for Technology Managers A study of the financial tools managers uses to find answers to four important questions used to find the financial condition of the firm.
Foundations of Project Management An overview of the theory and practice of managing projects in any organization.
Project Risk Management An in-depth analysis of risk management methods and cases and project management risk monitoring from strategic, applied perspectives.
Project Communications An overview of conflict resolution processes and methods and the skills needed to manage the human elements within project management.
Financial and Strategic Management of Projects An investigation of financial and strategic decision making in the management of projects.

PhD in Information Technology

A doctorate degree in information technology is the highest educational achievement in the field. PhD graduates spend no less than four years beyond a master’s degree, completing coursework and researching experientially or theoretically a subject for a dissertation. The dissertation is the usual requirement for graduation and is a long paper that goes before a panel of professors to be defended by the candidate.

Master’s degree and doctorate degree programs in information technology are often so similar that some institutions record completed master’s work as completed PhD work. The difference lies in the number of hours taken by doctoral candidates and the time spent researching to defend the dissertation.

Schools with Information Technology Programs

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University of Phoenix-Online CampusPhoenix, AZ307,871Private, 4-year$9,216Both
Associate
  • Information Technology
Bachelor’s
  • Computer and Information Sciences- General
  • Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance
  • Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services- Other
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  • Informatics
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  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology with a concentration in Cisco Networking
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology with a concentration in Health Care IT
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology with a concentration in Web Administration
  • Associate of Arts with a concentration in Information Technology
  • Associate of Arts with a Concentration in Information Technology/Database Development
  • Associate of Arts with a concentration in Information Technology/Information Technology Support
  • Associate of Arts with a concentration in Information Technology/Networking
  • Associate of Arts with a concentration in Information Technology/Programming
  • Associate of Arts with a concentration in Information Technology/Web Design
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  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Advanced Networking
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Business Systems Analysis
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Information Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Information Systems Security
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Mobile Development
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Multimedia and Visual Communication
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Networking and Telecommunications
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Software Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Web Development
Arizona State UniversityTempe, AZ72,254Public, 4-year$9,208Both
Bachelor’s
  • Computer and Information Sciences- General
  • Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services- Other
Bachelor’s - ONLINE
  • Bachelor of Science in Graphic Information Technology - Concentration in Web Technologies
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Master’s - ONLINE
  • Master of Science in Technology in Graphic Information Technology
Liberty UniversityLynchburg, VA64,096Private, 4-year$18,562Campus
Bachelor’s
  • Computer and Information Sciences- General
  • Information Technology
Lone Star College SystemThe Woodlands, TX63,029Public, 2-year$960Campus
Associate
  • Computer and Information Sciences- General
University of Central FloridaOrlando, FL58,465Public, 4-year$4,426Campus
Bachelor’s
  • Computer and Information Sciences- General
  • Information Technology
Master’s
  • Computer and Information Sciences- General
Doctorate
  • Computer and Information Sciences- General
Ohio State University-Main CampusColumbus, OH56,867Public, 4-year$9,168Campus
Bachelor’s
  • Computer and Information Sciences- General
Kaplan University-Davenport CampusDavenport, IA56,606Private, 4-year$13,365Campus
Associate
  • Information Technology
Bachelor’s
  • Information Technology
Master’s
  • Information Technology
University of Minnesota-Twin CitiesMinneapolis, MN52,557Public, 4-year$12,060Online
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  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management