Whether you are just getting started in the field of IT, looking to get into the business technology field, or have years of experience, UC Online has a degree that fits your needs. All of our programs are 100% online and offer flexibility to meet the demands of your schedule.
UC Online is one of the few institutions in the country that have National Security Agency National Centers of Excellence in both cyber defense and cyber operations. 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.
IT is one of the fastest growing fields and projected to grow much faster that other occupation fields. The Bureau of Labor & Statistics reports that media annual wages for the industry are $91,250. The University of Cincinnati has worked to create programs that empower students to learn and pursue the areas they find important. Students can choose to learn at different levels in different areas like cybersecurity, front-office technology, and business.
As a student, you will have the choice between two IT-focused areas, they are:
The Associate of Applied Business in Information Technology program is a fully online, ...
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.
The University of Cincinnati’s approach to Information Technology is built around 3 core ...
The University of Cincinnati’s approach to Information Technology is built around 3 core principles: Hands on technical skills, problem-solving skills, and communication skills. Our students graduate with an understanding of technology but more importantly they understand people and organizations that allow them to create solutions that enhance lives.
The Application Software Support Specialist Certificate program at the University of ...
The Application Software Support Specialist Certificate program at the University of Cincinnati Online helps students learn job-ready skills in the computer support workforce.
The Data-Driven Cybersecurity Graduate Certificate at the School of Information Technology ...
The Data-Driven Cybersecurity Graduate Certificate at the School of Information Technology (SoIT) prepares a workforce that understands cybersecurity concepts, analyzes cyber threats, responds to incidents, protects data networks, and maintains IT infrastructure continuity.
The Information Technology Certificate at the University of Cincinnati Online is the ...
The Information Technology Certificate at the University of Cincinnati Online is the perfect stepping stone to help you enter the IT workforce. This 100% online program, provides students with the skills needed to enter the IT field. Our certificate program offers students a flexible learning schedule that helps them balance work, family and their education. If you are looking to advance in your IT career, or break into the industry, UC Online's certificate program is the perfect fit for you.
Looking to Get Started in IT?
The faculty at UC Online believe in supporting anyone that ...
Looking to Get Started in IT?
The faculty at UC Online believe in supporting anyone that is looking to advance their career in IT. Whether you have a Bachelor in IT or something completely different, UC Online is looking for students with a passion for the field of IT. That is why the faculty has created the Bridge IT Certificate.
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*To be a part-time student, you need between 3-6 credit hours a semester. Full-time students require 12 or more.
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The calculated cost is based off a programmatic estimation and may not be the same as your official bursar’s bill. The cost is intended to be an estimation only and is subject to change.
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