Computers, networks and systems are behind almost every 21st Century business. So are information technology professionals. With a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Broadview University, you’ll develop the skills and knowledge you need to succeed as an IT professional. Broadview is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), so you’ll earn an IT degree that counts in the real world.
Through Broadview University’s CareerPath initiative, you’ll save up to 25% on tuition! This innovative initiative also features six-week sessions so you can attend full-time while concentrating on fewer subjects at once. Take classes full-time, year-round, and you can earn your B.S. in Information Technology in as little as 36 months.
You’ll learn to solve complex technology issues that are key to keeping your future employer, not just up and running, but thriving. Thanks to Broadview’s exceptional reputation and more than 40 years in the local community, our graduates have gone on to rewarding IT careers at places in Utah, such as:
You’ll learn from IT industry-experienced faculty who will make sure you have the skills, knowledge and hands-on experience you need to be successful in your future IT career. This program was developed with input from local experts so you can be sure you’ll receive an up-to-date and relevant education. You’ll gain expertise in:
In this integrative course, students learn formal methods to gather requirements for a project, model an existing system or business process, develop solution concepts, and plan the engineering, development, rollout, timeline and training process for the introduction of a new technology or solution. A hands-on approach to systems analysis and design is used throughout the course, with specific attention paid to understanding and creating Unified Modeling Language (UML) diagrams.
This course introduces information security as a discipline and profession. Topics include information security fundamentals and security threats, defenses, and countermeasures for personal, enterprise and network security. Assets such as desktops, laptops, network servers and removable media are analyzed for common security pitfalls. Students explore measures for protecting those assets and the information they contain. Best practices, policies and procedures for information security are discussed, analyzed and evaluated in terms of return on investment (ROI).
Students learn best practices for IT service management and IT service operations. One or more specific frameworks for describing IT infrastructure services may be used throughout the course to acquaint students with industry standards and practices.