Program Overview

The Program

The Bachelor of Science in Information and Communication Technologies (BSICT) program provides you with a sequence of technology, management, and business courses with emphasis areas in networking, media, and technical communications. The program allows you the flexibility to choose the track that suits your personal and professional goals. The BSICT program prepares you for leadership in the Information and Communication Technologies field. Whether you are just starting out, or continuing your education, BSICT gives you the flexibility to choose the track that suits your personal and professional goals.

The BSICT Advantage

  • Online or On-campus delivery
  • Hands-on labs using cutting-edge equipment and software
  • 92% of students are employed or continuing their education after graduation
  • Opportunities to earn valuable industry certifications embedded within the courses
  • Numerous transfer credits apply toward the degree
  • Flexible learning options
  • Average starting salary — $50,000


Minors Available

  • Computer Networking Systems and Design
  • Enterprise Technology
  • Web Technology


Career Opportunities

  • Information Security Analyst
  • Business Analyst
  • Network Engineer
  • Network and Computer Systems Administrator
  • Software Developer
  • Technical Writer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Database Administrator
  • IT Manager
  • CRM Consultant
  • And more


Services and Cost

  • E-mail, library access, and other online services
  • Toll-free number (800-991-5291) to UW-Stout
  • Professional studies taught by UW-Stout faculty
  • Progress through the program with a cohort or individually
  • Financial assistance
  • Tuition is approximately $335 per credit (textbooks included)


Program Objectives

  1. Understand Information and Communication Technology systems and their effect on society.

  2. Evaluate and implement a variety of components of Information and Communication Technology for personal, educational and professional growth, as well as to promote increased organizational performance.

  3. Analyze Information and Communication Technology for appropriate application in work settings.

  4. Understand and use Information and Communication Technology to expand and expedite the services used in a global economy.

  5. Integrate different Information and Communication Technology methods in a manner to facilitate organizational effectiveness and efficiency.

  6. Develop personal and social responsibility in the digital world regarding privacy, protection of intellectual property concepts, social and economic value of information.

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