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The Bachelor of Science in information technology provides you with the expertise to design, select, implement and administer computer-based information solutions.
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The online Information Technology program at Arizona State University focuses on web applications and developing skills to use the tools, languages and frameworks for designing and realizing complex websites. Throughout your course study, you will create a project solution every semester to help hone your team and presentation skills, as well as obtain a broad range of technical skills and gain the ability to create network architectures, configure and administer complex web-based database systems, create effective websites, and design process interactive media solutions. In addition to selecting a primary focus area, you'll be able to create your own secondary focus area that meets your specific career objectives.
Once you begin upper division courses, you will select six courses from one of three available tracks: (1) Networking and Computer System Security: Network Security and Administration, which includes courses such as Internet Networking Architecture and Control, Security Architecture, and Socket Programming; (2) Information Systems: Information systems includes SQL programming, Database Architectures including Big Data, and API programming; and (3) Enterprise Computing: Internet structures within the Enterprise and managing Enterprise development.