商学院 & 信息技术
Tech touches nearly every type of business. An associate degree in information technology can help you prepare to enter the dynamic field. Develop computer science troubleshooting and technical support skills to build your foundational knowledge in IT.
最棒的部分? Some programs align with industry certification exams being offered by leading organizations, such as the International Council of E-commerce Consultants (EC-Council). So, you’re always learning up-to-date skills that are used in the industry daily. And with all our courses being 100% online and only 5 weeks long, you’ll have the flexibility to build the IT skills you're looking for, 按你的方式.
您将 7 core courses with program-specific knowledge in information technology to help you gain the confidence and skills needed to thrive in cyber安全. These core courses include topics like: computer network defense, object-oriented scripting language, sniffing and network analysis, 道德黑客等等.
您将 6 core courses with program-specific knowledge in information technology to help you gain the computer science confidence and skills needed to thrive in this competitive field. These core courses include topics like: computer programming, 信息系统, 数据分析, 安全, 网络和更多.
UNDERGRAD: $398 学费 cost per credit
Cost per credit applies to all our associate degrees.
From grants and scholarships to transfer 学分 and federal financial aid, there are a variety of ways to pay for school and save on tuition for your IT degree.
“As I embarked into this program, I was wanting to better myself. I wanted to be seen as an educated and versatile employee. Anything is possible if you put your mind to it and keep pushing forward – never give up.”
Over 1 million alumni have earned their degrees while balancing work, school and life. 你也可以.
Once you’ve selected your degree program, choose your start date 从 our calendar, apply for free and register before the deadline (usually one week before the program starts). Then you'll speak to an enrollment representative to begin class.
Learn 从 accomplished, real-world faculty members who lead in the fields they teach. Our IT instructors go through a careful vetting process before joining our faculty ranks. They include industry leaders who encourage, challenge, and inspire our students. And with a student-faculty ratio of 32:1 , you’ll get the attention you want.
 This is a university-wide ratio. 商学院 & 信息技术 student-faculty ratio may vary.
University of Phoenix has been 不断认可 by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), hlcommission.org 自1978年以来.
Having an associate degree has become an increasingly important way to gain the knowledge and critical skills today's workers need to stay competitive in growing fields like information technology. The US Bureau of Labor Statics projects that that job growth for computer systems analysts are expected to grow 比平均速度快 — that’s 9% 在2021年到2031年之间.* So if you’re looking to build knowledge and career-relevant skills, an associate degree in information technology could help.
*The BLS Projected Growth for 2021-2031 is published by the US 劳工统计局. This data reflects the BLS’ projections of national (not local) 条件. These data points are not specific to University of Phoenix students or graduates.
Yes, all our courses are available 100% online. Where most colleges expect you to take several courses at once, here you take one course at a time over five weeks in an innovative, 虚拟, asynchronous learning environment. You and your peers will engage in discussions, assignments and learning activities. +, you’ll learn 从 faculty who bring their own real-world experience and practice the same knowledge and skills they teach, all while learning the industry-relevant skills necessary to promote your career growth. 更重要的是? Throughout the course of your learning experience, our academic counselors and finance advisors are always there to answer your questions.
You may be able to save time and money on your associate degree in information technology by transferring eligible 学分 从 an accredited institution or applying to have your relevant 工作和生活经历 evaluated for potential credit toward your degree.