Southern New Hampshire University

2500 N River Rd 
Manchester NH 3106 

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Bachelor of Arts in Information Technologies (Online)

Gain the technical abilities and practical skills to help any organization innovate practices, products and processes with the online Bachelor of Arts in Information Technologies at Southern New Hampshire University. This degree program is ideal for professionals already working in IT or career changers who want to transfer previous-earned credits and enhance their technical skills and knowledge.

The BA in IT will equip you with the skills you’ll need to be competitive in the job market. Learn the technologies, systems, data manipulation methods and computational thinking strategies necessary to support organizational decision-making and recommend effective system design and maintenance solutions. Throughout your coursework, you’ll create a student digital portfolio that will demonstrate your technical skills to potential employers.

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