B.A. Information Technology

Major Minor

The bachelor of arts in information technology degree from Concordia University, Nebraska integrates technology skill development with problem solving skills required in the fast-paced, rapidly changing global workplace. Our IT degree program builds a foundation in technical computer hardware and software skills, focusing on the essential components of IT systems to help you gain a strong understanding of the impact of information technology on many different professional fields. 

When you major in information technology at Concordia, you will: 

  • Focus on client-server development, digital media and other emerging technologies such as cybersecurity and big data 
  • Be prepared with the most up-to-date information technology techniques 
  • Develop a strong blend of professional, organizational, technical and interpersonal skills 
  • Be equipped to find a carer in IT or continue your education in graduate school 

Information Technology Courses

120 credit hours
98% career outcome rate1
15:1 Student-to-faculty ratio
100% Faculty with terminal degree

Create effective solutions to today’s knowledge-based problems within a cybersecure environment.

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Program Highlights


As an information technology major at Concordia University, Nebraska, you’ll find a distinctive blend of faith-based instruction and real-world, hands-on experience, including: 

  • Training to develop critical thinking skills, to become innovative technology solution providers and to solve present and future IT problems withing an ethical framework. 
  • An inextricable foundation of Christianity woven throughout Concordia's information technology program: from faculty and administration to student activities.  
  • A focus on being good stewards of the resources God has entrusted us to manage and acting out our faith in an ethical way. 
  • The chance to grow in your faith and find your vocation in information technology. 

Join Concordia’s programming team and become part of a community dedicated to becoming better programmers and software developers. You’ll have the opportunity to compete in national and international collegiate programming contests and competitions, as well as working on collaborative software development projects and developing and maintaining software systems. Get real-world coding experience that benefits the entire campus community! 


As experts in information technology, our faculty and instructors bring years of experience to the classroom. 

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Concordia University, Nebraska is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.  

Degree Goals

An information technology graduate from Concordia University, Nebraska will be able to:  

  • Create and evaluate network architectures within a cybersecure infrastructure 
  • Configure and administer complex computer and database systems 
  • Design and process interactive information management solutions 
  • Develop and evaluate web-based software systems with client-server architecture 
  • Understand the core ideas and principles of computer science, including cybersecurity, networking, databases and software development 

Computer Science and Mathematics Minors

  • Computer Science 
  • Cybersecurity 
  • Information Technology 
  • Mathematics 

Career Outcomes

IT Manager 

  • Implement and maintain an organization’s technology infrastructure 
  • Support efficient data management and communications 
  • Monitor an organization’s operational requirements 
  • Research strategies and technology solutions 
  • Build effective and efficient systems 

Computer Systems Analyst  

  • Administer and implement computer-related technologies, including network security, internet operations and software upgrades 
  • Supervise the installation of new computer hardware 
  • Maintain security networks 

Web Developer 

  • Meet with clients to determine needs 
  • Design websites 
  • Write the code that allows the site to function 
  • Test functionality of websites across platforms 

Database Administrator  

  • Install and configure database software and servers 
  • Develop and implement backup and recovery plans 
  • Create security models to keep data secure from viruses and attacks 



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1 Recent graduates attending graduate school or employed within six months of graduation.