Bachelor’s Degree in IT

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Bachelors Degree in IT
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Quick Facts

Total Program Credits:
180 Credits

Transfer Credits:
Transfer in up to 75% of the program
*Prior learning and work experience may count toward program credit

Program Length:
12 quarters full time
36 months with year-round classes

Employment Rate:
89% for 2012 - 2013

Salary Range:
Full-time $26,208 - $62,500

If you want to gain the career skills needed in the information age, consider Globe University’s Bachelor of Science in information technology program.

With our practical, career-focused curriculum, you can learn the basics of hardware, operating systems, web and database technologies, networks, software development and security.

The highlights of our IT bachelor’s degree program include:

  • Fundamental training provided in the associate degree program
  • Earn a four-year IT degree in just 36 months of continuous, full-time study
  • Classes offered online or on campus
  • Earn credit for certifications
  • Study basic business topics like Microsoft Office and professional communications
  • Small class sizes
  • Hands-on learning
  • Ongoing career assistance

Our IT courses feature topics such as project management, database implementation, systems analysis and design, information security, ethics, operating systems and more.

Globe University’s IT classes help you develop the skills employers are looking for in the following areas:

  • Networking
  • Operating systems
  • Computer security
  • Databases
  • Software and web fundamentals

Our program will help prepare you to work on the creation, protection and storage of information, along with its processing, transmission and retrieval. IT experts keep computer systems running, ensure reliable e-communication between companies, and maintain networks and databases.

Our bachelor’s degree program has two areas of focus: 

We will be happy to provide more information about our information technology degrees, accreditation and job prospects for graduates. Call our school at 1-877-303-6060, or contact admissions and a representative will get back to you promptly.

Database Design

The course introduces relational and object-oriented database concepts and SQL. Students design, implement and populate databases, and write simple queries using an industry-standard database such as MySQL, MSSQL Server or Oracle.

Computer Essentials

This course introduces the functional parts of a computer from a hands-on perspective. Students learn to identify computer components, disassemble machines, carry out common hardware and software maintenance tasks, install operating systems, select and install hardware upgrades, troubleshoot common hardware and firmware problems, and build computers.

Systems Analysis and Design

In this integrative course, students learn formal methods to gather requirements for a project, model an existing system or business process, develop solution concepts, and plan the engineering, development, rollout, timeline and training process for the introduction of a new technology or solution. A hands-on approach to systems analysis and design is used throughout the course, with specific attention paid to understanding and creating Unified Modeling Language (UML) diagrams.

Information Security

This course introduces information security as a discipline and profession. Topics include information security fundamentals and security threats, defenses and countermeasures for personal, enterprise and network security. Assets such as desktops, laptops, network servers and removable media are analyzed for common security pitfalls. Students explore measures for protecting those assets and the information they contain. Best practices, policies and procedures for information security are discussed, analyzed and evaluated in terms of return on investment.

Database Implementation

Students design and implement database solutions to meet end-users’ needs. Using an industry-standard database such as MySQL, MS-SQL Server or Oracle, students explore the syntax of SQL, with an emphasis on the development of queries and reporting. Additional topics include normalization and de-normalization of data, retaining history and managing transactions.

Here are a few examples of companies that have employed our graduates:

B.S. IT Graduates July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2013 

  • Red Wing Shoe Company
  • a Couple of Gurus
  • Collaborative Consulting
  • CPI Cardgroup
  • Denney and Associates
  • EO Johnson Company
  • Gundersen Lutheran
  • Noridian Administrative Services, LLC
  • Priority One Technology
  • The Dirks Group
  • The Sequel Resale Shop
  • United States Postal Service- Eagan
  • Wal-Mart Stillwater
  • Authenticom
  • Internet Broadcasting
  • ProVation Medical

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