IBIT offers degrees and certificates in 8 academic and professional technical programs. The links below provide additional information about degree/certificate course requirements, career opportunities, and frequently asked questions.
Program Format How long will it take to complete the program? Students pursuing an Associate degree can complete the program in two years if students: have already assessed into ENGL& 101 or completed the course prerequisites for ENGL& 101 attend full-time during the Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters of the academic year successfully complete all …more about Sustainable Business Practices FAQs
This program offers excellent academic options for students to enter the growing field of accounting through degree and certificate programs. Credits earned for certificates apply to the degree program.
This program is designed to help students change careers, enhance existing skills, or obtain a strong, broad-based knowledge of manufacturing, retail, and service industries. This program also promotes success in both profit and non-profit organizations for a competitive edge in today’s business climate.
BTS certificate programs give students an opportunity to become computer literate, and gain competency working with the most current business software applications as applied in a business environment.
Digital Media Arts is a program designed for students interested in studying the creation, use, and management of high-quality digital media content.
The Information Systems degree includes concentrations for students interested in software development, database administration or business intelligence. The degree prepares graduates for entry-level developer/analyst positions.
This program provides a core of business skills along with specific training for employment in sales, customer service, advertising, promotion, and other marketing functions covering a broad-based knowledge of marketing theory.
The Network Services and Computing Systems Associate in Arts degree addresses how to connect computers and other resources in a network, perform network maintenance tasks, and install and configure hardware and software in microcomputers.