The Associate of Applied Business in Information Technology program is a fully online, two-year degree program that develops the skills necessary to establish a career as a professional in the field of IT upon graduation.
Our information technology associate degree offers students a learning schedule where they can access the coursework at the times that work best for them.
Information Technology (IT) is at the core of every business – encompassing all of the computer technology and its use within an organization. This includes aspects of software, cloud computing, and storage.
Information technology is a discipline distinct from computer engineering, computer science, and management information systems in that this associate-level information technology program provides a broad foundation in the areas of software application development (web, enterprise, and desktop); networking and systems administration (including technologies for data centers and storage); database management (design and administration); digital media (development of digital images, audio, and video to support IT solutions); and cybersecurity.
Is Information Technology Right for Me?
Whether you are seeking entry-level knowledge or looking to sharpen your skills in the information technology field, our Associate in Information Technology program may just be the perfect fit for you. Earning your associate degree from the University of Cincinnati Online can help you gain a fundamental understanding of technology’s role in the workplace and grow the skills you need to enter or advance in the field. IT associate degree students are given the necessary skills to process, maintain, and analyze technology and the world around it.
In addition, our information technology associate program provides students with a set of skills that are in high demand, including software proficiency, communication, critical thinking, analysis, and problem-solving. As businesses continue to grow, the need for well-trained, highly-educated online associate degree IT graduates will be in high demand.
The University of Cincinnati Online offers two certificates for those interested in entering the field of IT. Credits earned from either certificate apply directly to the Associate of Applied Business in Information Technology:
UC Clermont is pleased to offer micro-credentials in IT. These short, focused credentials are designed to provide in-demand skills, know-how and experience. Upon successful completion of the micro-credential academic requirements, students will earn a digital badge that demonstrates evidence of their discipline-specific knowledge to employers. Credits earned in either micro-credential program apply directly toward Associate of Applied Business in Information Technology.
After earning your Associate of Applied Business in Information Technology degree, you can can transition seamlessly into another program within the School of IT. With the credits earned from your associate degree, you can complete a bachelor’s in just three years, with both online and on-campus options:
UC Online has partnered with hundreds of companies to offer tuition scholarships to employees, spouses and dependents.
An associate degree in Information Technology will put you on the right path to grow in the IT field. A few career opportunities include:
When you get your associate degree in Information Technology, the average salary is $37,900 annually (according to securitydegreehub.com). A mid-career annual salary in Information Technology is $74,500 (students would want to pursue a bachelor degree in IT to reach this salary). It is possible to earn an annual salary of $100,000+ (students would want to pursue their masters degree in IT for this salary).
Programs can be completed full-time or part-time. Many programs are set up to be part-time, with most containing fewer than 10 credit hours in any given semester. We know you have a lot going on, so want to make sure that school can fit into your schedule. Note: There are some exceptions.
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