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A Degree In Computer Information Technology

For anyone interested in programming, designing or sharing technology expertise, an online degree in computer and information technology (CIT) may be the best option. Students earning a CIT degree online can choose among computer science or computer engineering specializations and can complete the online degree quicker if they have previous CIT experience. 

Let’s see which institution offers a degree in CIT:

University of Southern California, a private institution, offers labs for its online, graduate-level computer information technology program. All of the online classes are recorded and archived so that students can access lecture material at their own convenience. The application deadline for the online graduate CIT programs at University of Southern California is January 15, and 86 percent of students are employed when they enroll.

Online and on-campus students are admitted according to the same criteria and receive instruction from the same faculty members. The class sections meet simultaneously and are seamlessly integrated. In our environment, “online learning” means technology-enabled campus classrooms custom-built to feature some of the most state-of-the-art technology available in online learning. Online sections have specific enrollment capacities to ensure proper academic support is provided.

2014-2015 Tuition (per credit) $1,706 (part-time, in-state) 

$1,706 (part-time, out-of-state) 

$1,706 (full-time, in-state) 

$1,706 (full-time, out-of-state)

Virginia Tech, a public institution, offers labs for its online, graduate-level computer information technology program. All of the online classes are recorded and archived so that students can access lecture material at their own convenience. The application deadline for the online graduate CIT programs at Virginia Tech is rolling, and 92 percent of students are employed when they enroll.

The MIT degree requires 30 semester hours (10 courses): 4 required foundation courses (Object-Oriented Programming; Software Engineering; Fundamentals of Computer Systems; and Strategic Leadership in Technology-Based Organizations), and any 3 of 7 available modules (2 courses each). Courses are taught by the same College of Engineering and Pamplin School of Business faculty who teach these subjects in traditional classroom settings. Courses are taught live and interactive online.

2014-2015 Tuition (per credit) $900 (part-time, in-state) 

$900 (part-time, out-of-state) 

$900 (full-time, in-state) 

$900 (full-time, out-of-state)

Boston University, a private institution, offers labs for its online, graduate-level computer information technology program. All of the online classes are recorded and archived so that students can access lecture material at their own convenience. The application deadline for the online graduate CIT programs at Boston University is rolling, and 95 percent of students are employed when they enroll.

Driven by full-time, research-active faculty with extensive academic and professional experience, the online program develops key competencies required by the industry, offers extensive online student services, a 15:1 student to facilitator ratio, proctored exams, and a media-rich, collaborative learning environment focused on teamwork, critical thinking, and technical proficiency. BU is an NSA/Homeland Security-designated Center for Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Research.

2014-2015 Tuition (per credit) $800 (part-time, in-state) 

$800 (part-time, out-of-state)

N/A (full-time, in-state) 

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