Colorado Technical University

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Data Management

Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) degree program now offers a specialization in Data Management. The program allows students to obtain a deeper understanding for applying data management concepts and analytical tools to support the decision-making processes used for mission critical functions such as accounting, management, marketing, operations and the enterprise in general.

What You Can Learn

Successful completion of the BSIT degree program with a specialization in Data Management can enable students to develop relevant knowledge in data management by examining important areas including business intelligence, data warehousing, data mining, analytics, visualization, master databases and data quality assurance.

In addition to gaining practical experience while acquiring a solid, comprehensive understanding of data management, students will create a portfolio of projects they can use to demonstrate their knowledge and skills, including how to:
  • Differentiate between current computer networks, protocols and the role of network management software in organizations.
  • Categorize the fundamentals of computer system security requirements.
  • Differentiate between current computer networks, protocols and the role of network management software in organizations.
  • Distinguish between the principles, concepts and fundamentals of operating systems.

In addition to a quality curriculum based on industry standards, courses in Colorado Technical University's BSIT degree program with a specialization in Data Management were developed and are taught by a faculty comprised of experienced IT professionals who bring a range of experience into their classrooms.

Accreditation:

Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools

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