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B.S. Cybersecurity and Information Assurance
B.S. Data Management/Data Analytics
B.S. Information Technology
B.S. Information Technology—Security
B.S. Information Technology—Network Administration
B.S. Software Development
B.S. Health Information Management (from the College of Health Professions)
B.S. Business—Information Technology Management (from the College of Business)
Whether you’re an IT professional who needs a bachelor’s degree to move up the ladder or an experienced manager pursuing greater IT knowledge, WGU's online IT bachelor’s degree programs are for you.
You’ve got the experience and possibly some certifications; now you need the degree. Your experience is a valuable asset at WGU. To complete your degree, you must demonstrate you understand and can perform the necessary skills and knowledge the IT industry demands. As a result of WGU’s competency-based approach, you won’t have to spend unnecessary time studying the concepts you already know. All you have to do is prove you know the material through carefully designed assessments under the guidance of a dedicated mentor.
As a Microsoft® IT Academy program member, WGU is able to offer students a world-class technology curriculum and courseware provided by Microsoft. Many (but not all) of your Microsoft courses will use this rich online learning resource which includes virtual labs that provide hands-on experience with Microsoft software to supplement your learning. The cost of certification exams is included in WGU tuition.
WGU’s Health Information Management program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).
Employers expect you to possess superior IT skills, industry certifications, and a degree. The online IT degrees at WGU allow you to leverage the skills and certifications you already possess and progress through your program at the best possible learning speed.
There are no classrooms; no seat time requirements. WGU’s programs are designed to fit the demanding schedules of adult learners like you. You’ll be able to earn your IT degree online, on your schedule, and on your budget.
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