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Associate of Science

Bachelor of Science

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June 3rd

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Your IT Program

Have you been thinking about pursuing an IT career? Good idea. Qualified IT professionals are in demand. The right education can do more than prepare you for your career in the IT field; it can also give you the skills you need to stay competitive throughout your career — an essential for an industry that is constantly adapting and advancing with new technologies. Upgrade your career opportunities with an Associate or Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Keiser University.

Keiser’s associate degree in Information Technology prepares students for an entry-level position in Networking Administration, Programming, or Cybersecurity. Courses in all three concentrations prepare students to sit for industry-accepted competency examinations. Students receive a strong foundation in the knowledge, theory, and practice of network management. When you graduate, you can be an asset to virtually any support team or IT department.

Our bachelor’s degree encompasses various technical, business, and social activities. Students can explore and develop a direction for their future careers with Networking, Programming, or Cybersecurity concentrations. The concentrations foster the acquisition of systems-thinking and research skills necessary within a dynamic technical environment. Students will develop the skill to analyze, design, test, evaluate, and secure network infrastructures and development environments, in addition to the skills necessary for managing the leading IT projects and teams.

Learning that Fits Your Life

Take your Information Technology program 100% online, on a nearby campus, or as a hybrid of both for online learning convenience with an in-class personal touch.

*Programs and delivery format vary by location.

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Career Pathways

Graduates of the Associate of Science in Information Technology program can prepare for career opportunities as:

  • Technical Support Specialists
  • Help-desk technicians
  • Systems administrators
  • Computer Security Professionals
  • Entry-level programmers

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program can prepare for career opportunities as:

  • Network engineer/architect
  • Network/systems admin/analyst
  • Social media manager admin
  • Computer support specialist
  • Software/applications development
  • Machine learning designer /developer/engineer
  • Mobile app developer
  • SW developer/engineer
  • UI/UX designer/developer
  • Web Developer
  • Cyber/information security engineer
  • Security specialist/analyst

Looking for a degree that can give you a competitive edge for today’s job openings and tomorrow’s career opportunities? We can help. Contact Keiser University today to learn more about our A.S. and B.S. in Information Technology programs.

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Complete Your Degree Online or In Person

Whether you want to learn online, in person, or a combination of both, Keiser University wants you to choose the format that is convenient and flexible for you.

This program is offered at the following locations:

Why Keiser University?



Keiser University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

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One Class at a Time

Instead of juggling multiple assignments and exams, you will take one class for four weeks before moving on.

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Financial Services

Financial Aid is available to those who qualify. You’re encouraged to make an appointment with the Financial Aid department to explore the funding needed for your educational investment.

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