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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Programs

School of Business & Technology

The need for computer and information technology professionals continues to rise. Help grow your career options with an online Bachelor’s in Information Technology degree from Capella.

Why Choose Capella?

A bachelor’s degree in information technology from Capella will equip you with the skills and abilities to help you succeed.

Engaging Coursework

Get hands-on experience with industry tools through virtual labs, interactive simulations, and innovative resources.

Scholarships for New Students

Capella scholarships aren’t need-based and never have to be repaid. View available scholarships to find one you may qualify for.

Get Free Exam Vouchers

Gain skills and knowledge necessary to take select certification exams from PMI, CompTIA, Microsoft, and Cisco.

Earn Credit for Your Knowledge

Earn credits through Prior Learning Assessment by demonstrating mastery of competencies; you may also be eligible to earn credit for previous coursework, and prior learning.

Program Specializations

Learn more about admissions requirements, costs, and courses for your specialization.

We believe in being transparent about the real cost, time, and value of a Capella Degree. Learn more about Capella’s learning outcomes and gainful employment.

Accredited & Respected

Capella University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Accreditation and recognitions provide the assurance we meet standards for quality of faculty, curriculum, learner services, and fiscal stability. See all of our accreditations and recognitions

Relevant Blog Posts

Whether you’re considering a return to school, exploring new career paths, or seeking ways to improve your job performance, the Capella Blog has relevant articles to support your goals.

Beyond Coding: IT Careers Today

Think all IT careers are focused on coding? Think again—coding is only one aspect of a large and varied field.

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Soft Skills Could Help You Land Your Next IT Job

Having outstanding technical skills may qualify you for an IT job, but soft skills may help get you the offer.

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Information Technology vs. Computer Science

Knowing the differences between IT and computer science can help you decide which degree and career path to pursue.

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Ready for the Next Step?

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