Top Colleges for Online Information Technology (IT) Degrees in 2017

As innumerable forms of information technology (IT) embed themselves deeper and deeper into our culture and global economy, the demand for people able to operate, manage, repair, and troubleshoot our IT only grows. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for computer network, systems, and database administrators is projected to increase 12 percent between 2012 and 2022.

According to, which tracks job market trends by the keywords employers use in employment ads, every one of the top 10 job trends are IT or network management related. Moreover, employers are ready to pay top dollar for qualified IT and network employees. According to, median salaries for employees in these fields range from $59,000 to just over $92,000.

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Every year more people are choosing to pursue their degrees online because of the greater flexibility and affordability an online education provides. For anyone looking to earn an online IT degree, we’ve put together a list of 2017’s best online colleges and universities with IT programs and related degrees. Our IT degree rankings are based on several factors, including school reputation (rankings, awards, recognition), student satisfaction (retention and graduation rates), peer and instructional quality (student-teacher ratios and acceptance rates), and affordability (cost and financial aid). Only fully accredited colleges and universities were considered.

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