The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology (BAS) Degree Program at IADT

If you're interested in computer technology, now is the time to turn your talents into opportunities. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of computer network, systems and database administrators is projected to increase by 30 percent from 2008-2018, much faster than the average for all occupations*.

The International Academy of Design & Technology's Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology degree program can help you develop the knowledge and skills that are important in this rapidly growing field. Our Information Technology program features hands-on training in labs equipped with industry-current technology and tools. By taking a variety of computer science, information systems, network security and microcomputer courses, you can develop a comprehensive understanding of this dynamic industry. Graduates of this program can go on to pursue entry-level career opportunities across the network administration and information technology fields.


The curriculum in IADT’s Information Technology degree program allows you to dive into PC troubleshooting and operating systems and can help you gain a working knowledge of network configuration, administration, hardware maintenance and security. Our Information Technology classes can help you develop the skill sets necessary to perform network administration and security tasks in the field.

Below is a sampling of course topics included in IADT's Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology degree program.* Classes are led by instructors with relevant career experience.

  • Java Programming
  • Database Systems
  • Client/Server Network Database
  • Microcomputer Hardware And Software
  • Windows Server Administration
  • End-User Support
  • Local Area Network Design
  • Wide Area Network Design
  • Wireless Technologies
  • Information Resource Management
  • The Unix System
  • Information Systems Security
  • Network Security
  • Web Design

*Course curriculum is subject to change.

These are some of the potential opportunities in the field of Information Technology. With the right education and your own initiative, one of them could be in your future:

  • Help Desk Technician
  • Data Entry Technician
  • Technical Support Representative
  • PC Support Specialist
  • Field Service Representative
  • Network Control Technician
  • Technical Sales Support Specialist
  • Entry-Level Network Administrator

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Program details may vary by campus. For more-specific information, please refer to the catalog for the campus that you plan to attend. IADT does not guarantee employment or salary. All trademarks are property of their respective owners. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, Computer Network, Systems, and Database Administrator, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos305.htm (visited October 22, 2010). This is a national estimate and conditions in your location may be different.