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B.S./B.A./B.A.S. in Information Technology Management

Program Overview

Explore Management Careers With Technical Expertise

Our bachelor’s in information technology management program teaches a combination of computer science and business courses that will prepare you for management roles within various industries.

Our bachelor’s in information technology management program teaches a combination of computer science and business courses that will prepare you for management roles within various industries.

Program Highlights

$265

cost per credit hour*

180

credit hours

4

years to complete

*An additional $13.50 per credit hour will be applied to accounting, business and economics courses.

About the Bachelor’s in Information Technology Management

Our information technology management degree program prepares you with administrative experience and technology-driven solutions for businesses, organizations and nonprofits. This degree can be your ticket to better-paying management positions in promising technological fields.

Through the program’s curriculum, which includes innovative technologies and applications, you will learn computing skills such as C++ programming, database management, network administration and information security. To round out your administrative skills, you will also complete coursework in various areas of management, ethics and society. With our bachelor’s degree in information technology management, you could pursue job titles including IT manager, IT project manager, chief technology officer, chief information officer or security specialist. 

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We are here to answer any questions you may have. Contact an enrollment counselor at 855-805-5399 or complete the request for information form and we will be in touch.

Information Technology Management Curriculum

Core Curriculum

The online bachelor’s in information technology management requires prerequisites in computer science plus two sets of core courses in computer science and business.

Computer science courses explore skills in C++ programming, database management and information security. Business courses build your knowledge of management principles, workplace diversity and business ethics. 

Earn your B.A. with a foreign language requirement, or your B.S. with just 12 more science credits. If you already have an Associate’s of Applied Science, you can earn a B.A.S.

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Have Credits to Transfer?

The option to transfer credits makes your program more affordable and can help you get on the job sooner. We accept up to 135 credits from previous college coursework for transfer to EOU. All EOU majors require a minimum of 20 EOU credits. 

To see how your credits will transfer, use our Transfer Equivalency tool. 


“I attended EOU because it is convenient and affordable, while still offering a high quality education. Both the staff and professors are extremely helpful and take an interest in providing the best service possible to help each student reach their academic potential.”
– John Herrington, 2017; EOU graduate; Beaverton, Oregon

Admission Requirements

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*Only needed for students transferring fewer than 30 credit hours, fewer than three years after high school graduation.

What It’s Like to Study Online

Earning your degree online at Eastern Oregon University is a great opportunity because there are no on-campus requirements. You will have access to the same professors, content and opportunities as on-campus students, only in a creative digital format. Our professors work on campus and are professionals and experts who are trained to deliver innovative, engaging online education. 

Online Experience

The Value of an EOU Online Degree

We feature affordable tuition, especially when compared to similar universities. The total cost of your program (assuming no transfer credits) is $47,700. The cost per credit hour for EOU Online courses is $265.* An additional $13.50 per credit hour will be applied to accounting, business and economics courses.

About 92 percent of online students benefit from financial aid and scholarships to cover part of these costs. 

*A cost differential will be applied to ACCT, BA and ECON prefix courses.

Per Term: Based on 18 credits. Costs for average competitors are estimations of state schools found on public university websites.

Program Outcomes

  • Work with a variety of technologies
  • Practice foundational skills in computer science, such as C++ programming and information security
  • Study industrial, scientific and commercial applications of technology
  • Gain leadership and management skills
  • Prepare for graduate study, if desired

Career Outlook

For computer and IT occupations, The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports a projected growth of 12 percent through 2028, which is faster than the average for most occupations.¹ 

The BLS gives a median annual salary of $142,530 for computer and information systems managers.² The projected growth in jobs through 2028 is 11%, which is much faster than average.

Here are the answers to a few frequently asked questions about this program.

Frequently Asked Questions

Graduates with a bachelor’s in information technology management can work as an IT manager; other potential job titles include IT project manager, chief technology officer, chief information officer or security specialist.

Each term is 11 weeks.

Yes, the bachelor’s degree in information technology management can be completed 100 percent online, because there are no on-campus requirements.

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¹Computer and Information Technology Occupations. Sept. 4, 2019. Retrieved Nov. 5, 2019, from https://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/home.htm

²Computer and Information Systems Managers. Sept. 4, 2019. Retrieved Nov. 5, 2019, from https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/computer-and-information-systems-managers.htm