Information Technology BIT

Bachelor of Information Technology

An Information Technology degree will prepare you to work in IT services for a wide variety of organizations. The Information Technology program will provide you with a foundation in the practical aspects of the discipline, along with the fundamental skills necessary to adapt to ongoing technological changes. By pursuing the Bachelor of Information Technology degree, you will come to learn the principles and theoretical aspects of design, development, and maintenance of computer systems.

Industry Highlights

Employment in Information Technology and related services industries are expected to grow rapidly as firms and individual consumers continue to increase their use of information technology services.

- Bureau of Labor Statistics

Career Opportunities

  • Data and Information Systems
  • Hardware Troubleshooting
  • IT Consulting
  • Web Development
  • Software Engineering

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of weekly gatherings for luncheons or lectures on various topics of interest, as well as having the opportunity for educational work experience on and off campus.


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(October 5, 2015) – The Foram Group Charitable Foundation presented a  $100,000 check to fund the creation of Armstrong State University’s Aquaponics Research Center on October 1.

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(June 4, 2014) — Two faculty members at Armstrong Atlantic State University -- associate professor of Criminal Justice, Social and Political Science Dr. Becky da Cruz and assistant professor of Psychology Dr. Mirari Elcoro -- were recently selected as Governor’s Teaching Fellows for the 2014 Summer Symposium Program.

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(April 14, 2015) — Armstrong State University’s Engineering Studies Program will host the 2015 Engineering Design Challenge, which will showcase the ingenuity and creativity of students from Johnson High School, Beach High School, Savannah High School, Savannah Early College, Savannah Christian Preparatory School, Richmond Hill High School, Savannah Arts Academy and Jenkins High School. 

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