The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology - Application Development (BAS-ITAD) program focuses on hands-on learning, taught by faculty with industry experience, providing students with knowledge and skills in database models, mobile applications, cloud computing, and machine learning. Highly competitive graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in the fast-growing IT industry.
The BAS Information Technology Application Development degree is designed for working adults who have professional-technical academic backgrounds and strive for career advancement, stronger skills, knowledge, and pathways to higher degree levels.
Admission into the program is by BAS-ITAD application only and follows a cohort model with a maximum enrollment of 30 students per cohort.
Cohort: all students begin together and proceed with the same ITAD classes each quarter for the duration of at least 2 years (6 quarters).
At this time, cohorts start once a year in the Fall quarters. Application periods run from the Winter through Summer quarters.
Students will have first completed an Associate in Applied Science - Transfer (AAS-T) in Computer Information Systems, Web Development and Cloud Application and Cloud Development, Computer Science, Application Development, or similar degree.
Students are encouraged to consult with the Program Manager for eligibility evaluation and further discussion on whether additional courses are needed prior to applying.