Advance Your
IT Career Before
You Even Graduate.

ONE IT DEGREE. TWO BENEFITS.

Earning your IT degree. It's the foundation for a successful IT career and a secure future. However, earning key IT certifications has become just as important as graduating with an accredited IT degree. So we'll help you prepare to earn both...at the same time.

Instead of earning your degree, then taking additional certification prep courses, our combined curriculum will help you prepare for exams leading to industry certifications in areas such as security, networking, and Microsoft technologies.

Prepare for key IT certifications while earning your IT degree. That's just a smarter way to advance your career.

WHY IT CERTIFICATIONS MATTER:

IT certifications demonstrate that you're up-to-date on the latest technical requirements, and they demonstrate to employers that you're serious about your job. The program is expected to start Spring 2014.

In many cases, organizations simply won't hire individuals without certifications.

Increase your opportunity for promotions.

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Enhance your overall employment value.

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Help further your knowledge. Secure your future.

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TREMENDOUS GROWTH. YOUR POTENTIAL.

An accredited IT degree. Highly valued certifications. They should add up to an in-demand employee for an ever-growing career field.

  • The median salary for an IT manager is $120,000.*
  • Over 95% of those responding to our graduate survey say their degree helped them obtain a new job.**

That adds up to a degree with countless opportunities. In fact, national media and industry organizations have reported that technology executives will continue growing their IT departments, for positions like:

  • Information Security Analyst
  • Data Security Administrator
  • Computer Software Engineer
  • Web Programmer

Things I learn from Strayer University
I apply on a daily basis

Gregory Smoots, BSIS Alumnus

On the Rise

IT jobs are expected to grow 22% by 2022 in the U.S.***

*InformationWeek.com

**Office of Institutional Research, Assessment & Evaluation. Strayer University Graduate Survey. April, 2013.

***U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, March 2012.

MORE AFFORDABLE THAN YOU MIGHT THINK.

Our IT programs are more affordable than many other local and online options. And because certification prep courses are part of our IT curriculum, you can save up to $3,000 per prep course.

It's all rolled into one degree, saving you time and money.

20% Tuition Reduction to Get You Started

Save $355 per course.*

Every new student will receive a 20% tuition reduction the day they enroll. That's all there is to it. The minute you enroll, your bachelor's degree is more affordable.

*20% tuition reduction only applies to a bachelor's degree for new student enrollments beginning in 2014 winter quarter.

A Graduate Fund to Help You Finish

Save up to an additional $14,200

As a new undergraduate student, we'll also create your own Graduation Fund the day you enroll. As you successfully complete classes, your Graduation Fund automatically grows and can cover the tuition for up to ten of the final classes you need to graduate.

See how Grad Fund works >

Calculate Your Own Savings

STRAYER: Tuition calculation based on tuition per course of $1420, with 40 courses required for a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and further 25% reduction through the Graduation Fund. http://strayer.aidcalc.com/netprice.htm (last visited on Nov. 5, 2013).

MEET THE DEAN.

Dr. Nicole Morris

Dr. Nicole Morris is the Dean of the College of Information Systems and Arts and Sciences. A believer in the power of engagement to elevate learning, Dr. Morris strives to offer students an enriching online and onground classroom experience. By enhancing the curriculum, course content, delivery methods and communication tools, she helps to create a student experience that is interactive. This philosophy of innovation provides Strayer students with a foundational, yet compelling education that leads to career success. 
 
Dr. Morris earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education, a masters in leadership from Austin Peay University, and a Doctor of Education in higher and adult education from the University of Memphis. Dr. Morris held several academic roles at the University of Memphis prior to joining Strayer University. She has also served as a dean for the Knoxville and Memphis campuses at Stayer University, and as senior vice provost for all undergraduate and graduate online students, mid-Atlantic, and Texas-area campuses. 
 
Dr. Nicole Morris, Dean of the College of Information Systems and Arts and Sciences is a leader, innovator and above all, an educator.

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Certified to operate by SCHEV

Strayer University is certified to operate campuses in Virginia by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. Each course and all degree, diploma, and certificate programs that Strayer University offers in Virginia have been approved by the Strayer University Board of Trustees.

In addition to academic credit, this course is designed to prepare you to take various IT certification exams. The specific criteria to take this examination may include prerequisite exams or time in the profession. If you intend to take any examination please review the published requirements by your provider to verify that you meet the qualifications. Preparing to pass any certification exam may also require optional exam practice that does not count toward your course grade. Successfully completing this course does not guarantee a student will pass the certification exam.