Online Bachelor’s Degrees in Technology

An online bachelor’s degree in technology may provide students with in-depth training and knowledge in the different areas of technology and computer science. In these four-year programs, students may learn how to problem-solve for business efficiency and profitability, examine analysis methodologies, and protect information assets. Popular areas of concentration may include networks and telecommunications, cyber operations, and information technology.

Upon graduation, students may either seek entry-level employment or pursue a technology graduate degree. Baccalaureate-level graduates may seek employment in computer programming, network security, database administration, and information systems.

Program Overview

  • Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED
  • Program Length: Four years to complete
  • Post-Grad Options: Entry-Level Employment or Master’s / Doctoral Program
  • Projected Employment Growth: 12% (2010-2020)*

Program Concentrations

A baccalaureate-level technology degree program may include a combination of general education requirements, technology-based electives, and major-specific coursework for the chosen area of concentration. Students may complete courses in information security, operating systems, Web development technologies, and website commercialization. Possible areas of concentration for a bachelor’s degree in technology may include the following:

  • Information Technology
  • Cyber Operations
  • Networks and Telecommunications
  • Web Development
  • Database Programming
  • Network Security
  • Information Systems
  • Computer Programming

Career Options

Baccalaureate-level technology graduates may seek employment opportunities in computer programming, technology, database administration, and network security. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment opportunities in computer programming are projected to increase by 12% from 2010-2020.*

Possible careers include:

  • Computer Programmer
  • Information Systems Manager
  • Computer Systems Analysis
  • Network Systems Administrator
  • Software Developer

Continuing Education

Students who successfully complete an online bachelor’s degree in technology program may opt to further their education and enroll in a graduate-level program. A technology graduate degree program may provide students with additional training in specific areas of technology, including aeronautics, computer engineering, applied technology, and quality systems.

*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook

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