BS in Information Systems Technology

Earn a degree in the growing field of technology.

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Bachelors in Information Technology and Information Systems Degree Overview


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The BS in Information Systems Technology (BSIST) is a STEM program that develops skills that are in-demand in many IT and management employment areas, and prepares you for IT-associated positions in fields like cybersecurity, data analytics, and IoT (Internet of Things). Over the course of the program, you’ll participate in an internship and practical training that develops professional practice skills in a chosen specialty through a variety of work experiences.

Your bachelor’s degree will indicate that you are knowledgeable in the field, confirming and validating that you are indeed an SME (subject matter expert) in information systems technology. This, in turn, can open doors to new, more lucrative, opportunities in your career. 

Through core courses, you'll learn the technical skill and business intelligence to succeed in the field. Over the course of the program, you’ll have the opportunity to sharpen your skills in our annual Hack Day team events, where you’ll be challenged to rapidly prototype, implement, and deploy innovative apps and programs. The products that you produce during the course of this hackathon can then be used to build your portfolio and illustrate your ability to work under pressure.


 

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Bachelor’s Degree Highlights

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On-Campus Courses

You can earn your BS in Information Systems Technology degree at our San Diego campus where you’ll collaborate with other students and, together, you’ll earn a focused and comprehensive education in this leading field.

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Real World Experience

Students participate in an internship and practical training designed to develop professional practice skills. These can be independently conducted professional projects or an internship with in-depth, supervised practical learning experiences.

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A Growing Field

Occupations that require a science, technology, engineering, or math background are on the rise, with employment growing faster than other sectors. Nearly three-quarters of STEM workers have a college degree, compared to just over one-third of other workers.

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"The cultural diversity of the students and the supporting and caring professors has created the enriching educational environment which is most unique and special”
Mehrad Nazari
Alliant Alumnus
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Undergraduate Degree Information


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Frequently Asked Questions

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Degree Campus Locations


The Information Systems Technology Bachelors program is offered as an on-campus program. We also offer a master’s degree in Information Systems Technology at our University. Explore our locations below to become a student of this program.

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Why Alliant

At Alliant, our mission is to prepare students for professional careers of service and leadership and promote the discovery and application of knowledge to improve the lives of people in diverse cultures and communities around the world. Our Vision is an inclusive world empowered by Alliant alumni.

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Why CSML

With a focus on hands-on practice, technological innovation, and a global outlook—CSML is where the world meets you in your classroom.

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