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Management of Information Technology- Accelerated, BS

Overview

The Management of Information Technology major is an in-depth program that combines business management courses with those in computer science. It's a program that meets today's ever-growing need to evaluate and control the flow of information within an organization and outside of it to various constituencies. You'll develop knowledge and skills to contribute to a well-organized and efficient company in today's global and ever-digital business environment.

An IT Degree with Sound Business Management

Preparing you to succeed as an IT Manager begins with a program that not only addresses the computing and information side of things, but also the business and management aspects that are so critical ensuring end-to-end success. This interdisciplinary major is guided by expert faculty teaching a relevant curriculum that reflects information management practices within modern business settings. You'll learn to solve challenges and also mitigate problems that can arise, impacting both administrative and operational outcomes.

When you graduate from DeSales University with a B.S. in Management of Information Technology you'll be able to:

  • Acquire skills necessary to integrate information technology with business processes.
  • Understand decision-making steps and processes (identification of problems; research and analysis; mitigation of the effects of bias; solution definition, implementation, and evaluation).
  • Define and practice ethical behavior regarding the use of information technology in the workplace.
  • Appreciate technology management concepts and develop skills to manage IT/business groups.
  • Become familiar with information technology tools, such as networks, database design, and programming languages.

Program Highlights

  • Accelerated course format
  • Convenient evening and weekend scheduling options
  • Also offered completely online
  • Highly experienced and respected faculty
  • Financial aid and tuition deferment programs
  • Personal advising

Admissions Requirements

If you have a high school diploma or GED and the desire to learn, you meet DeSales' basic requirements for the ACCESS program. Anything beyond these basics puts you on an even faster track to earning your DeSales degree or certificate.

If you have attended some college...

We will be happy to evaluate your prior college courses to the number of credits you may be able to transfer toward your DeSales' program.

  • DeSales accepts up of 75 credits from regionally accredited colleges and universities.
  • All transferred credits must be applicable to some curriculum offered at DeSales University.
  • You must complete at least 15 three-credit (or more) courses at DeSales University to earn a degree from DSU.
  • Only credit is transferred, your grades for transfer courses are not calculated into the your GPA at DSU. (Exception: grades earned at LVAIC institutions via the cross registration process are included in the calculation of your DSU GPA.)

Please review our transfer policy

Earn credits for your non-college experience...

DeSales ACCESS program can give you college credits for the knowledge and skills you have acquired through non-college learning. Our prior learning assessment enables you to demonstrate what you've learned. Examples of non-college learning may include:

  • Work experience
  • Military training
  • Non-traditional training

Learn about our prior learning assessment

DeSales is a CLEP (College Level Examination Program) Test Center

We are also one of 1,400 nationwide and abroad. CLEP is an uncomplicated, reputable, and efficient way for you to get college credit for knowledge you have acquired on your own. Learn more about CLEP testing at DeSales.

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Three steps to admissions

  1. Apply to ACCESS
    The application process begins with an ACCESS Application for Admission. A copy of your high school diploma or GED is also required
  2. Meet with an academic advisor
    One of our staff members will help you set up an appointment with an advisor at one of our locations.
  3. Choose your classes
    Your advisor will help you come up with your personal education plan.

Curriculum

After you graduate from DeSales with a major in management of information technology, you'll be able to:

  1. acquire skills necessary to integrate information technology with business processes
  2. understand decision-making steps and processes (identification of problems; research and analysis; mitigation of the effects of bias; solution definition, implementation, and evaluation)
  3. define and practice ethical behavior regarding the use of information technology in the workplace
  4. appreciate technology management concepts and develop skills to manage IT/business groups
  5. become familiar with information technology tools, such as networks, database design, and programming languages

ACCESS Course Schedules

Course Requirements

Facilities

Our quality in-class programs are held at three convenient campus locations

All campuses have computer labs with free printers available for your use. 

The Trexler Library at our Center Valley Campus, the library provides a contemporary space in which to study and research for coursework. Reserve a study room, film a presentation in the One Button Studio, or get help with your academic research. 

All students have access to online databases and a ton of online resources. 

Learn more about the Trexler Library 

The Academic Resource Center at our Center Valley Campus helps good students become even better, providing both professional and peer tutoring for all traditional and nontraditional (ACCESS) undergraduate students.

Resources for Online Students are held to the same high standards as our campus classrooms. Instruction is presented in a way that is best suited to online learning, and we offer plenty of help along the way. The Department of Distance Education and Instructional Technology (DEIT) provides orientation, workshops and ongoing support to help you navigate your online learning environment. Learn about DEIT

 

Contact Admissions

Center Valley Campus

Dooling Hall
2755 Station Avenue
Center Valley, PA 18034
Tel: 610.282.4361
Fax: 610.814.5900

Bethlehem Area Campus

3001 Emrick Blvd, Suite 101
Bethlehem, PA 18020
Tel: 610.814.3026
Fax: 610.814.5900

Lansdale Area Campus

815 Sumneytown Pike
Lansdale, PA 19446
Tel: 215.361.3514
Fax: 215.361.3522

Office Hours at all areas

Monday - Thursday
8:30 am - 6:30 pm

Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Tuition & Fees

The ACCESS tuition rate is significantly lower than the traditional day program.

If your employer offers tuition reimbursement, our tuition deferment plan can reduce your out-of-pocket cost each session by allowing you to defer the reimbursable portion of your tuition.

  • Special tuition rates — lower than traditional day programs
  • Tuition deferment available
  • Financial aid — you may be eligible for Federal Pell Grants and Student Loans, and ACCESS students can apply for two DeSales scholarships

The Office of Financial Aid — Here to Help

We'll guide you to make the best choices to fund your education at DeSales University. We can help make your college expenses affordable through a combination of grants, loans, student employment, and scholarship resources.

Contact Financial Aid
610.282.1100, ext. 1287
Fax: 610.282.0131
finaid@desales.edu
Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.

Tuition and Fees for the 2018 - 2019 school year*

  • ACCESS Tuition: $488.00/creditVariable ACCESS Lab Fees per course where applicable
  • Nursing courses: $565.00/Credit
  • ACCESS-by-Day Student Life Fee:
    • Part-time: $200.00/semester
    • Full-time: $400.00/semester
  • Audit a Class: $245.00/credit

*2018-2019 prices go into effect for the Fall/Session 1, which starts in August 2018. 

Contact Us

ACCESS Admissions
2755 Station Avenue Center Valley, PA 18034

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