BAS-ITAM Degree Overview


This program accepts ANY applied/technical degree and complements the skills learned in the associate degree with the management/soft skills classes to help you become a leader in your knowledge area.

Professional programs like accounting, medical assistance, network security, criminal justice, welding & fabrication (to name a few) will expand their career opportunities by learning how to manage people, projects, and information.

With five targeted specializations, you gain the management skills most appropriate to your career path.

You're considering a Bachelor of Applied Sciences degree in IT Management, a choice that could place you at the forefront of the ever-evolving tech industry. As you progress through this specialized program, you will learn how to apply your analytical skills to complex IT issues, integrating your technical prowess with leadership and strategic thinking. Courses will typically cover topics ranging from network security and database management to project management and data analytics. This degree often includes opportunities for internships or capstone projects, providing you with real-world experience and potentially valuable industry connections. Upon graduation, your degree could lead to a wide range of career opportunities, including roles as IT manager, systems analyst, network administrator, and many more. The digital world waits for no one, and with a Bachelor of Applied Science in IT Management, you'll be more than ready to lead in this fast-paced environment.

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