Prepare for technology and hybrid leadership roles while preparing to take your Certified Information Systems Security Profession (CISSP) exam
Information Systems Concentrations
Combine tech knowledge with people management skills — in areas that include cyber security — and prepare to take the CompTIA or ICS2 certification exam
Information Systems Concentrations
Delve deeply into current and emerging technology, including cyber security, and prepare to take the CompTIA, ISC2 or one of four Microsoft certification exams
Information Technology Concentrations
An IT degree from an accredited university. Highly valued IT certifications. They can help you become an in-demand professional for growing careers like cyber security and data management.
Our IT programs are more affordable than those of many other colleges, including Kaplan and DeVry‡. With certification exam prep rolled in to our courses, and a wide variety of ways to decrease the cost of and time to your degree, you may be surprised to see how affordable a Strayer IT degree can be.
‡ Kaplan BSIT costs at: http://www.kaplanuniversity.edu/UploadedFiles/gao/ku_online/BSInformationTechnology/index.htm and Devry’s BCIS costs at: http://www.devry.edu/degree-programs/ge/computer-information-systems-consumer-info.html
Save Up To $14,200
Our Graduation Fund can cover the tuition for up to ten of the final classes on your bachelor’s degree.
For bachelor’s degrees only
Get Credit For Your Life
From previous courses and training to testing out of requirements, you can save time and money with credits that count toward your degree
Corporate Partner Discounts
Corporate partner employees and their family members can access additional tuition discounts and scholarship opportunities.
Federal Financial Aid
You may be eligible to receive grants and loans from the government.
We offer a variety of scholarships for active duty military, their spouses, veterans and other service members.
You can also apply for private educational loans to cover educational costs not met through grants, scholarships or federal loans.
Dr. Leo Irakliotis
School Dean, Information Systems & Technology
Dr. Irakliotis is a senior university executive, data scientist, and architect with more than 15 years of experience as a university professor, program director, dean, and consultant. He has served as dean of graduate and undergraduate schools of computing at Western Governors University and Nova Southeastern University. Leo is an expert in post-traditional, professional, and graduate education combining new and time-honored modalities of learning, including continuing education, competency-based programs, technology-mediated learning, and learning analytics.
After earning a M.S. degree in Physics from Miami University, Leo completed his Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from Colorado State University. In 1997 he joined MCI Telecommunications where he worked as an executive engineer in research and development for high-performance networking. During his tenure at MCI, he was a visiting professor of computer science at the Illinois Institute of Technology and a visiting scholar at the University of Chicago.
From 1997 until 2009, Leo was a member of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago where he served as the Director of the Professional Programs, a founding fellow of the Computation Institute, and associate chairman. Leo’s career highlights include a guest editorship of Computer, the preeminent journal of computing, and the founding chairmanship and editorship of two major international conferences: Photonics in Computing in 1994 and 1995, and Critical Technologies for the Future of Computing in 2001. He has served on the technical committees for conferences and on editorial boards for journals in the field of information technology and processing. As a consultant, he represented the interests of the technology and scientific community to the US Congress as a member of the Science Visit Days.