B.S. Information and Communication Technologies

Our flexible online program allows you to take classes with an adjustable schedule to meet your personal goals.
Degree Type Bachelor of Science
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Delivery Online

UW-Stout's online Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) provides a flexible program of study for high school graduates, technical college graduates, and working professionals. If you're committed to living or working away from campus the program's accessible curriculum and co-op internship opportunities provide flexibility to prepare for a path tailored to your personal and professional goals.

Designed for students who want to build a career as an ICT professional allowing you to pursue various options in traditional IT or in a new combined career. / UW-Stout

Online BS ICT Program Highlights

  • Courses delivered 100% online by full-time faculty
  • Consistent Fall, Spring, and Summer program course offerings
  • Support from Adult Student Services Coordinators and Distance Librarians

Our ICT industry experienced faculty have created a customized instruction learning environment that provides you with a diverse curriculum, endorsed by UW-Stout's ICT industry advisory board.

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Program Overview

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Diverse Curriculum

Our diverse curriculum, endorsed by UW-Stout's ICT Industry Advisory Board, includes:

  • Business and Leadership Development
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Project Management
  • Computer Networking
  • Enterprise Systems
  • Web Development
   

Value for Your Money

Online customized instruction at UW Stout can be described as programs that are designed with the adult learner in mind. If you're comparing UW-Stout's online degree customized instruction (CI) tuition to our competitors, keep in mind:

  • $370 per undergraduate creditcustomized instruction tuition rate includes the textbook rental fee.
  • There are no additional university-based semester or technology fees.
  • Students in customized instruction programs pay the same rate of tuition regardless if Wisconsin residents, out-of-state or international participants.

There’s more to value than just tuition. UW Stout also provides:

  • Program Director – faculty with discipline expertise.
  • Student Services adviser – one point of contact, providing support to students for each program.
  • Course sequences and matrices – know what courses are offered when so you can plan ahead.
  • Courses and programs may be stackable for use in another program.
  • Courses are flexible and convenient for working professionals.

Other universities will present costs and value differently - make sure you're comparing apples to apples.

Prior Learning Credit 

Apply your previous education and professional experiences toward finishing your degree. Prior Learning Credit can be granted for other valuable experiences you've had such as volunteer work, military service, professional development and more.

Use the Request Information form to receive a program summary and learn more about the Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Communication Technologies.

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Related Minors & Certificate

The ICT program offers specialized minors and a certificate for you to consider a specific skillset as part of your degree. Minor and certificate courses can be used to fulfill your Technical Specialty credits.

APPLICATION AND TRANSFER INFORMATION

Application

To apply for the on-campus and online Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Communication Technologies, you need to apply to UW-Stout.

Financial Aid
Students who are attending another institution, but are planning to receive their degree from UW-Stout, may be eligible to receive aid from UW‐Stout. In these cases, UW‐Stout is considered the Home Institution and the other campus is considered the Visiting Institution.

Transfer Students

Note: When filling out the application form, be sure to make a note in the student comment section that you intend to apply to the "online program." 

ICT Advisory Committee

2020 Advisory Committee

Sara Anger Student Services Specialist-Stout Online UW-Stout
Bryan Barts Director of Career Services UW-Stout
Greg Brodt Instructor Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College
Derek Brost Service Desk Manager JAMF Software
Monica Bunch Consultant SiFer Consulting
Steve Ebben Department Chair for Networking and Security Fox Valley Technical College
Curt Fawcett I/O Devices Integration Manager Cray Inc.
Mark Fenton BS Business Administration Program Director UW-Stout
Peter Galante Professor--Photography and Video Minor UW-Stout
Kris Isaacson Professor-Web Technology Minor UW-Stout
Amitava  Karmaker Professor--Computer Science Minor UW-Stout
Andrea Kitteleson Cybersecurity Training Lead Rockwell
Ray Koukari Jr. Associate Dean Gateway Technical College
Amy Luethmers University Marketing Director UW-Stout
Bob Maclean Exec. Vice President & General Manager RBA Consulting
Sue May Talent Recruiter Heartland Technology Group
Diane Olson Professor- Project Management Minor UW-Stout
Scott Paetzold Professor--Computer Networking Systems and Design Minor UW-Stout
Jonny Robinson Quality Assurance Test Engineer JAMF Software
Evan Sveum BS ICT Program Director UW-Stout
Kevin Tharp BS DMT Program Director UW-Stout
Rey Villar Professional in the Field Geneva Group
Joe Wetzel Department Chair Fox Valley Technical College
Holly Yuan BS CNIT Program Director UW-Stout

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