It’s natural to ask these types of questions while you’re thinking about pursuing a degree. Is it worth the time and effort to earn a degree? The answer depends on what your personal career goals are. However, when it comes to the information technology (IT) field, earning a degree can be a worthwhile pursuit for many people.
According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, many jobs in the information technology field require at least a bachelor’s degree or even graduate-level education for entry-level jobs1.
Enrolling in a technology-driven program such as DeVry University’s Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology and Networking can provide you with the opportunity to study and develop industry-relevant skills from experienced faculty, as you prepare to pursue a career in information technology.
In this article, you’ll learn more about the different information technology degree programs offered at DeVry and the potential careers you may be able to consider in this field as we explore the following questions: