We offer a wide variety of programs that will help students attain their professional goals. Below are links to begin the application process for all of our programs. If you have questions, please email us at ItamInfo@cwu.edu.
The BS in Information Technology and Administrative Management prepares students for information technology, administrative management, or retail management careers. Students completing this major take the core courses (61 credits) and select one of the four areas of specialization:
|The BS is only offered on the Ellensburg Campus.|
Students completing the Online Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Administrative Management will take the core courses (61 credits) and select one of the two areas of specialization:
Applicants for this major must have a transferrable associate degree or post baccalaureate degree to be accepted.
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology and Administrative Management is a dynamic, high demand program serving professionals who have a desire to increase their career opportunities after completing a two-year applied or technical degree. It offers students specializations in:
|This program has specific prerequisites and requirements.|
The Information Technology and Administrative Management Minor and Certificate programs provide recognition for students who complete the specified minor or certificate courses.
ITAM currently offers 6 minors that complement any degree:
Master of Science (MS-ITAM) Application
The new Master of Science in Information Technology and Administrative Management has a specific application process through the CWU Graduate School. To access the online application visit:
Another useful resource for information about the application process and admission requirements for this program is the MS-ITAM Application Information Page.
If you have other questions, please email JustAskMSITAM@cwu.edu
Required and Recommended Coursework for Admittance to ITAM Major Programs
Here is a downloadable PDF of the courses we require and recommend prospective students take prior to applying for one of our majors.