Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Prepare for Your Information Technology Career
Transfer students may transfer any course to help fulfill the elective pool requirements, provided the course meets the standards of the Credit for Transcripted and Non-transcripted Work policy found in the Academic Affairs section of this catalog.
Non-transfer students, with their advisor's consultation and approval may choose courses from any department recommended and listed course or more broadly from any course offered by South University. Work from other fields must include any required prerequisite courses in the elective field.
A course can be used to meet only one requirement in Area I, Area II, or Area III, but not simultaneously in two areas. Students should work with their academic advisor or counselor to be sure they are making appropriate course choices.
South University, Online Program offerings may not be available to residents of all states. Please contact an admissions representative for further information.
Admission RequirementsPlease see the South University academic catalog for program specific admissions requirements.
Graduates will be able to:
Graduates of the BS in Information Technology program are prepared for entry-level positions such as:
- Network and Systems Administrators
- Network Managers
- Database Administrators/Network Engineers
- IT Administrators/Export Managers
- Global Technical Supervisors
- Information Security Administrators
- IT Managers
- LAN Security Specialists
- Operations Managers
Outstanding Education for Remarkable Careers
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