All coursework for the Associate of Applied Business in Information Technology program is completed online. Our students are given the necessary skills to process, maintain, and analyze technology and the world around it. Our online 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 Business Information Technologists are in high demand.
Our AAB IT program is available to fit your schedule and pace. Part-time and full-time options are available to all students. Our program accepts students 3 time a year, Spring, Summer or Fall.
In addition, the University of Cincinnati’s online Master of Science in Information Technology is consistently ranked among the nation’s very best by U.S. News and World Report.
The University of Cincinnati is ranked #1 in Ohio and #16 nationally as an online college leader by TheBestSchools.org.
Our School of Information Technology received several grants from the NSA, National Science Foundation and the Ohio state government to support its cybersecurity education program.
We are also home to the Ohio Cyber Range Institute, a virtual environment where participants can learn about cybersecurity and practice defending networks against threats of all kinds.
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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).
No. your degree will be conferred by the University of Cincinnati, which will also be reflected on your transcripts and degree.
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