Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Administration

The demand is high for information technology professionals. With ACU’s online bachelor’s degree in information technology administration, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills you need to turn that demand into career success.

Earning your B.S. in Information Technology Administration will set your IT career in motion. This program will prepare you to develop software applications and maintain technology infrastructures (e.g., networks, databases, security) in a variety of settings or disciplines. You may take specialized courses in application development or cybersecurity to prepare for flexibility in choosing the career path that’s right for you.

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Meet the Program Director

Dr. Joe Feliciano is the Program Director for the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Administration. He received his doctorate from Pace University in New York. His master’s degree in Information Systems is from Long Island University, and his undergraduate work was completed at Hawaii Pacific University in Business Administration.

After leaving the U.S. Air Force in 1995, he began to work on Windows Servers, PCs, and Mainframe Systems for manufacturing, health care, and telecom organizations. He has been teaching IT management, computer networking, database, and cybersecurity courses since 2007.

What can you do after graduation?

  • Computer Network Architect
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Network and Computer Systems Administrator
  • Software Developer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Web Developer
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Admission Requirements

ACU’s online undergraduate programs are intended for non-traditional students interested in gaining a bachelor’s degree in an online modality. 

To be considered for admission:

  •  Completed “Online Undergraduate Program” application accompanied by a non-refundable processing fee.  
  • Official transcripts of all previous academic work.
  •  Students are not required to submit ACT or SAT test scores. 
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Degree Highlights


Cyber Security

Application Development

Required Hours

Total required: 120 credit hours

University Requirements/General Ed: 56 hours

Major Requirements: 64 hours (up to 16 hours in Electives)

Example Coursework

IT 221: Fundamentals of Networking and Data Communications

IT 225: Web Technologies

IT 320: Database Administration

IT 410: Systems Integration and Administration


School of Undergraduate Studies

Upcoming Start Dates

March 9, 2021

January 12, 2021