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Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Information Systems Technology

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The disciplines of information systems and information technology are essential parts of business, non-profits, higher education and government organizations. Information systems are complex systems requiring both technical and organizational expertise for design, development and management. Simply stated, the information systems (IS) discipline allows organizations, through the deployment of technology and the management of information, to achieve the organization's stated mission, values and goals. Meanwhile, the study of information technology (IT) focuses on the technology itself. IT professionals strive to ensure that technology functions are designed well and are working securely, reliably and efficiently.

In the Information Systems Technology (IST) degree at Regent University, you will experience a blend of IS and IT programs, providing you with a synergistic way to combine the skills of these disciplines. You may also elect to pursue a concentration in information security. As past decades have shown, the use of computing technologies and the Internet has increased, and job prospects in the technology career field are above average and are projected to grow. Regent’s information systems & information technology degree program in Virginia provides a Christ-centered approach to this important discipline and equips students entering careers in information systems and information technology fields to change the world. As an IST graduate, you will emerge equipped to provide Christian leadership and to transform society in your workplace, live the principles of truth, justice and love as you deploy new technologies. The program is also available online.

Career Opportunities:

  • Network or Systems Administration
  • Computer Programming
  • Information Technology and Assurance
  • Software Engineering
  • Web Development
Curriculum: View course requirements.
Length: 120 credit hours (includes 49 general education, 33 information systems technology, 15 general or Information Security concentration, 23 additional electives).
Format: This degree is offered entirely online or on campus.
Results: Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Technology
Important Links: Apply Now | Tuition & Financial Aid | Department & Faculty
Contact: Dr. Robert S. Stewart Jr., Professor, Department Chair, Science, Technology, and Mathematics; phone: 757.352.4405; email:

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