Bachelor of Information Technology

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Bachelor of Information Technology

Illinois Institute of Technology

Accredited degree (100% online)

Offered by Illinois Institute of Technology

No application required

Degree admission is entirely performance-based

Complete your bachelor's

You must transfer 61 credit hours towards the 127 credit degree

$18,000 USD total tuition*

*Tuition is dependent on the number of credit hours being transferred. Illinois Tech may charge $333 per credit hour or $1,000 per three credit course if additional credits are required.

Lower the cost of your degree

You may be eligible to have your prior learning on Coursera recognized for credit.

Student Experience

This fully online program is designed with busy lifestyles in mind. You’ll enjoy flexible and convenient learning opportunities such as short video lectures, practical exercises, synchronous live touchpoints, and discussion forums with prompts.

Your courses in this program will be taught by faculty who rely on their wealth of professional experience as they support you through lectures and labs. You’ll take a hands-on, reality-based approach to your education by using what you learn in class to solve real-world problems.

At the heart of Illinois Tech’s Bachelor of Information Technology program is a commitment to producing career-ready graduates. The program emphasizes practical, hands-on learning that fosters adaptability and problem-solving skills, empowering you to excel in a fast-paced industry. Enroll now and embark on your journey towards a fulfilling and successful IT career with a degree that’s in sync with industry demands.

How will I access the degree?

This program is delivered as a fully online degree via Coursera. 

Learning Material
You can access learning material via on-demand videos or interactive transcripts. You can pace yourself through the learning material before engaging in related discussions with faculty and peers.
Access your courses from anywhere—you can even download them to your mobile device and study offline without using your data plan.
Interact with fellow students through course discussion forums. Get access to every question asked and answered by previous students.

Last chance to enroll this summer

Classes start June 24th