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Lynnwood, WA 98036-5999
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CWU is committed to the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff. At this time, your CWU center has moved online. 

Please contact this center by emailing cwu_lynnwood@cwu.edu or calling (425) 640-1574 to reach center staff.

Spring quarter courses will be held online. For questions on getting set up, please contact your faculty directly or visit online learning for instructions and tips and tricks.

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Information Technology and Administrative Management (ITAM)

Bachelor of Applied Science Degree

A two-year “non-transferable” associate degree becomes transferable with the BAS-ITAM major. It bridges the gap between information technology and administrative management, creating career-ready graduates. The BAS ITAM degree has four specializations:  Information Technology, Administrative Management, Project Management or Cybersecurity. Not all specializations are offered at all locations.

You can learn to Lead and supervise teams, Build web pages and mobile apps, protect information assets (Cybersecurity), oversee and manage large projects, and facilitate change management

At a glance

Tuition and Fees*
$2,339.60 per quarter
* Full Time Resident
Locations
Des Moines, Ellensburg, Lynnwood, Pierce County

What can I do with a degree in ITAM?

Professionals in this industry are excellent communicators who manage time efficiently. They are detail- and big picture-oriented. At CWU, ITAM students specialize* on a specific field to set themselves apart from others in the industry.

The Management Information Systems major is closely related to other majors such as Computer Information Systems, Information System, Information Sciences and Information Technology. While each is unique, all are focused on the application of technology in various environments. In contrast, Computer Science focuses on the theory of mathematical foundations required for the development of systems software such as operating systems and language translators.

* Not all specializations are offered at all locations.

To learn more about opportunities and wages in this field visit the Employment Security Department of Washington.

BAS-ITAM Transfer Academic Program Plan

This document does not substitute meeting with your advisor. See the current CWU catalog for complete degree requirements.

Please refer to the current Central Washington University Undergraduate/Graduate catalog for any major or minors requirements.

Major Requirements / Road Map