Technology Degree Program Rankings

Bachelor’s Degree Center, a free guide to traditional and online bachelor’s degree programs in all disciplines, has released four 2019 rankings of the best Information Technology bachelor’s degree programs in the US:

25 Best Bachelor’s in Information Technology Degree Programs for 2019
15 Best Online Information Technology Bachelor’s Degree Programs for 2019
10 Fastest Online Information Technology Bachelor’s Degree Programs for 2019
10 Most Affordable Online Information Technology Bachelor’s Degree Programs for 2019

Technology Degree Program Rankings for Bacherlor’s Degree

The Top 3 Best Information Technology Bachelor’s Programs for 2019 are: 1) Purdue University; 2) University of Washington; 3) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

The Top 3 Online Information Technology Bachelor’s Programs for 2019 are: 1) George Mason University; 2) Arizona State University; 3) Oklahoma State University.

A complete list of all institutions ranked is included at the end of this release.

“For those who do not work directly in IT, it can be easy to forget the immense work that happens in the background of communications, data, and computing,” BDC editors explain. After all, “Information technology is such a basic part of contemporary life that we take it for granted.”

In fact, “it takes a massive number of people to make the modern world possible,” and as such, the job market for information technology experts is growing by leaps and bounds. As Bachelor’s Degree Center editors explain,

“There are jobs to fill in IT, and not nearly enough people to fill them – a good position to be in, if you’re an experienced, well-trained information technology professional.” And while a degree is not always necessary to get an entry level job in IT, a bachelor’s degree is a necessity for advancement in many settings.

As BDC editors explain, “just having an associate’s or certificate means being stuck with entry-level jobs,” but “the most reliable way to prove you are ready to move ahead is a bachelor’s degree.”

An on-campus program provides “real, one-on-one mentorship” as well as “stronger networking opportunities like internships, workshops, and conferences.” On the other hand, “online format allows working adults to take their courses around their current schedule,” and working IT professionals can build on their experience and incorporate what they learn into their current positions while they work toward promotion.

With their Information Technology rankings Bachelor’s Degree Center hopes to highlight educational opportunities for everyone who wants to make a career in IT.

Bachelor’s Degree Center has been providing advice, resources, and rankings on the best traditional and online bachelor’s degree programs since 2014.

Completely independent and unbiased, BDC is working to be the ultimate resource for new high school graduates, working adults returning to school, and nontraditional students.

Technology Degree Program Rankings

All Institutions in the Bachelor’s Degree Center Information Technology Rankings (in alphabetical order)

Arizona State University

Bellevue University

Brigham Young University

Brigham Young University Idaho

California Baptist University

Central Washington University

Colorado State University-Global Campus

Daytona State College

DePaul University

East Carolina University

Elmhurst College

Ferris State University

Florida International University

Florida State University

George Mason University

Georgia Southern University

Illinois Institute of Technology

La Salle University

Lawrence Technological University

Liberty University

Loyola University Chicago

Marist College

Montclair State University

New Jersey Institute of Technology

New Mexico State University

Oakland University

Ohio University

Oklahoma State University

Oregon Institute of Technology

Purdue University

Regent University

Regis University

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Rochester Institute of Technology

Rogers State University

Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota

Temple University

Texas Christian University

Towson University

UMass Lowell

University of Arizona

University of Central Florida

University of Cincinnati

University of Denver

University of Minnesota-Crookston

University of North Texas

University of South Florida

University of Tulsa

University of Washington

University of Wisconsin Stout

Western Governors University

Western Kentucky University

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