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Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology

The bachelor’s in Applied Technology degree: Customizable to Your Goals

Ideal for working adults with some college, tech-related, or military experience, this multidisciplinary technology degree program builds upon prior education and training. The Applied Technology bachelor’s degree provides the foundations needed for success in today’s knowledge economy.

Broad Foundations with Options to Personalize Your Technology Degree

Applied technology courses explore information assurance, process management, information systems, multimedia production, software applications, technical language, design, and maker. A choice of concentrations lets you analyze emerging technologies that align with your career interests.

A Hands-On IT Bachelor’s Degree that Hones Your Skills

This online technology degree program features a cooperative learning capstone project. You’ll build your resume and professional network through this applied learning experience and can then showcase your skills and IT certifications through a digital portfolio.

Microsoft Office Specialist Certification—Built Into Your IT Degree

In addition to the practical experience gained in and out of the classroom, your Applied Technology bachelor’s degree program qualifies you for a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification as part of the curriculum.

This program at Wilmington University is Middle States Accredited Wilmington University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education,
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Finish your technology degree faster
by transferring an associate degree or other credit.
40 courses 120 total credits

$1,170 per course

Cost of a typical 3-credit course taken at our
New Castle campus or online. Wilmington University tuition is based on cost-per-credit.
You only pay for the courses you need to complete your technology degree.

Career and industry outlook for BS in Applied Technology graduates.

Grow your technology career with your bachelor’s degree in applied technology.

Source: Emsi Economic Modeling, LLC

9.8% Job Growth

More then 225,000 Annual Openings

$41.02 Median Hourly Earnings

Wilmington University offered affordable education in an accelerated context that allowed me to get my degree faster, so I could advance in my career. Online classes helped me schedule my education, work, and home life seamlessly. —Michelle Abrams-McPherson
Applied Technology Testimonial Michelle Abrams-McPherson

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