Be the driving force that keeps the world connected through computer networks and online systems that people rely on every day. The University of Central Missouri’s Bachelor of Science in Information Technology prepares you to develop, configure, maintain/install networks, secure data/systems, and oversee computer network architectures.
Choose your IT career path with UCM’s Information Technology degree programs
Select one of three concentrations in UCM’s Bachelor of Information Technology program that aligns with your talents and interests:
Prepare for professional certifications
Choose from 3 IT program concentrations
Train on real-world systems & equipment
Small classes with 16 to 25 students
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Whether you concentrate in Network and Systems Administration, Cloud and IT Infrastructure Management or Web and Mobile Applications Development, UCM’s bachelor’s in Information Technology will prepare you to be a problem solver. People look to IT professionals for answers concerning Internet, network and computer issues that impact people’s work, entertainment and daily life.
The University of Central Missouri’s Information Technology degree programs also offer undergraduate courses using Netlab, a virtual, hands-on learning system. This software program provides more flexibility in how you learn the fundamentals necessary for jobs in IT.
Online degree program options
Although not 100% online, we offer many of our classes online for added flexibility.
Your educational experience goes beyond the walls of our state-of-the-art classrooms. While pursuing your Bachelor of Information Technology, you’ll get real-world experience that will enhance the value of your bachelor’s degree and prepare you for IT jobs.
Offering hands-on experience using the same equipment as IT professionals, UCM’s Information Technology degree programs prepare you for a wide variety of careers in hundreds of industries. Your coursework also prepares you to earn professional certifications that demonstrate your skills and help set you apart to future employers.
Explore options for a successful career in IT
Use the interactive tool below to learn more about the job market for graduates with a Bachelor of Information Technology, including potential salaries and hiring trends.
We take pride in keeping our students’ debt burden low and can help you find ways to finance your education.
Beyond the general scholarships available through the university, you may qualify for funding opportunities specifically for undergraduate students seeking a bachelor’s in Information Technology. These include:
You can learn more about program-specific scholarships at the UCM Scholarship Finder.
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