Programs

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IBIT offers degrees and certificates in eight academic and professional technical programs. The links below provide additional information about degree/certificate course requirements, career opportunities, and frequently asked questions.

Accounting

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.

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Business Management

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.

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Business Analysis & Technology

The Business Analysis & Technology (BATECH) program prepares students for job titles such as program coordinator and data coordinator, positions that support and lead to careers in business intelligence and data analytics. Students from all disciplines benefit from taking a course in this program as all disciplines manage projects and use data to identify problems and advocate for solutions.

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Cybersecurity

With curriculum updated every year to meet industry and business demands, the Cybersecurity program will teach you how to monitor and maintain system security solutions, including legal, regulatory and internal compliance solutions, and how to translate security policy into technical architectures. In addition, this program prepares students for system administration tasks which include interoperation, automation, virtualization and storage.

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Data Management & Analysis

Data Management & Analysis provides graduates with the skills and knowledge needed for employment in the rapidly emerging field of data analytics, which comprises analyzing and interpreting the large datasets now available in a wide range of organizations and industries.  This concentration will use math, statistics, descriptive techniques, and predictive models to better understand the data used to guide business action and decision making. Modern data analytics brings together tools and techniques from business, communication, graphic arts, information technology and statistics to collect, mine, interpret and represent large datasets to illustrate concepts and inform decisions.

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Digital Marketing

This program provides graduates with leading-edge skills in search engine marketing/optimization, display advertising, social media, online video, mobile marketing and digital analytics.

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Digital Media Arts

Digital Media Arts is a program designed for students interested in studying the creation, use, and management of high-quality digital media content.

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Software Development

Our concentrations in software development meet the explicit need employers have identified for application developers and software engineers by providing a pathway to the baccalaureate for students with two-year technical associate degrees in IT. With curriculum updated every year to meet industry and business demands, each concentration provides graduates with broad technical skills and project-based learning, as well as specialized knowledge in either application development or artificial intelligence.

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Application Development

The BAS Application Development is a four-year, 180-credit program that prepares students for various careers in Software Development. This degree is structured around the C# programming language to develop desktop and web-based applications.

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Artificial Intelligence

The BAS Artificial Intelligence is a four-year, 180-credit program that prepares students for various careers in AI Software Development. This concentration includes fundamentals of AI and uses the Python programming language and numerous Python libraries.

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Information Technology

The Associate of Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T) degree in Information Technology prepares students for admission into the BAS Cybersecurity program. Upon completion of the AAS-T students will be able to directly apply all 90 credits towards the 180 credit BAS program. It typically takes an additional two years for students to complete the remaining bachelor’s coursework at a full-time status.

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Last Updated November 23, 2022