Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology

NMSU Online degree programs are designed to serve students who want to pursue a program or course(s) via technology (100% online, hybrid or ITV formats) . NMSU Online offers programs in online and hybrid formats for Certificates, Associates, Bachelors, Masters, Graduate Certificates, and Doctorates,  as well as and K-12 NM educator licensure and endorsement programs.

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The BA of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) curriculum covers topics and concepts that are required to design, implement, and manage a variety of computer-based information systems. The curriculum includes the study of computer hardware, application and operating systems software, enterprise system management, system security, cyber defense, system integration, database design and management, networking, and network security. Graduates can expect to fill positions with titles such as Information Technologist, Project Manager, Systems or Network Administrator, Computer Support Specialist, and Database Administrator.

The program can be taken as a Bachelor’s degree or a Bachelor’s degree-completion program for students who have an Associate’s computer and technology-related degree or students who have completed the freshmen and sophomore years of computer or technology-related programs.

College: Engineering
Delivery Format: 100% online
Program Credits:  60 - 120 credits
Program Length:  2 - 4 - 6 years
Cost Per Credit Hour: $369.10
Active Military Cost Per Credit Hour: $250
College of Engineering Technology Fee: $145 per student per semester

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NMSU is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
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HLC phone: 800-621-7440


Commission for the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology

Contact Information
Name:Phillip Braker
Title:ICT Program Coordinator
Phone:575 646-1116
Email:pbraker@nmsu.edu