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Information Technology

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences

Availability: On-Campus, Online | Program Length: 120 Hours

Program Overview

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) in Information Technology at Texas A&M University-Central Texas is a unique transfer pathway, providing opportunities for your academic and career advancement in networking, programming, database management, and cybersecurity, as well as other specializations.

As a BAAS Information Technology student, you will engage in hands-on course work in a small class setting to ensure direct engagement and learning with your professors. The pathway program enables those with an Associate of Applied Science degree, including the AAS programmer Analyst degree, to build a foundation in systems analysis and design, programming, database management, data communications, networking, software engineering, algorithms, cybersecurity, and today’s cutting-edge technologies. Students may complete the program by obtaining up to 36 hours of credit for the relevant program coursework, certifications, non-academic and military Information Technology training in the field.

Talk with an advisor to find out how you can pursue a micro-credential (9 credit hours) while pursuing this degree. Micro-credential options: Business Analytics & Intelligence and Cybersecurity.

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Talk to an A&M-Central Texas academic advisor, online or in person, for prospective student advising, undergraduate and graduate advising, and help with a range of other issues.

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Career Opportunities

  • Web Development
  • Networking
  • Cyber Security
  • Software Engineering
  • Database Management

Business micro-credentials

Learn About Micro-Credentials

A micro-credential issued by the A&M-Central Texas College of Business Administration gives you a chance to highlight your marketable skills and academic accomplishments. Even if you are not a student in the College of Business Administration, micro-credentials allow you to show future employers that you added valuable business skills and knowledge to your degree. Learn more.

Student Organizations

Program Contact

Dr. Anitha Chennamaneni
Department Chair | Associate Professor, Computer Information Systems
Phone: 254.519.5463
Email: anitha.chennamaneni@tamuct.edu
Dr. Chennamaneni

Program Accreditation

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