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Information and Communication Technologies BS (UW-Stout)

Math, Computer and Information Sciences

The Bachelor of Science in Information and Communication Technologies (BSICT) program recognizes the need for life-long learning by providing a degree completion opportunity for technical college graduates. The curriculum provides a sequence of management, business, and technology courses with emphasis areas in networking, media, and technical communications allowing students the flexibility to choose the track that suits their personal and professional goals. The program is scheduled for working professionals using online classes and the opportunity for students to build on previous technical education.

Graduates of the program will be prepared for employment in markets seeking advanced users of information and communication technologies including manufacturers, banks and savings institutions, computer and data processing services, and credit and insurance agencies.

Graduates will be able to:

  1. Analyze and apply information and communication technologies appropriately in work settings
  2. Promote increased organizational performance
  3. Evaluate and implement a variety of components of information and communication technologies for educational, professional and personal growth.

Once enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Information and Communication Technologies, you will begin working with an adviser to plan your academic path. By completing 15 credits per year, you could earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Communication Technologies in about four years.

Total credits required for completion: 120

Admission Requirements

All applicants should have a two-year associate degree in a technical field, plus two or more years of technical work experience.

The Bachelor of Science in Information and Communication Technologies degree at UW-Stout is a degree completion program for people who possess associate degrees and professional work experience. Students who transfer from an accredited two or four year college can apply earned credits to the Bachelor of Science in Information and Communication Technologies program. University requirements dictate all students complete a minimum of 32 credits from UW-Stout.

Degree-Granting Institution

University of Wisconsin Stout

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