What kind of job can I get with a Bachelors in Information Technology?
The prospects for information technology (IT) workers in the D.C. area are particularly strong. Washington, D.C. has more high-tech workers and companies than any other U.S. region (Washington Board of Trade), and sales from IT firms headquartered here represent 11% of the total IT industry (The Potomac Knowledgeway).

  • Applications developer.
  • Business analyst.
  • Forensic computer analyst.
  • Network engineer.
  • IT sales professional.
  • UX analyst.
  • Web content manager.

What is the average salary?
According to payscale.com/research, An Information Technology Specialist earns an average salary of $53,741 per year.  Experience has a moderate effect on income for this job.The median annual wage for computer and information systems managers was $139,220 in May 2017. In May 2017, the median annual wages for computer and information systems managers in the top industries in which they worked were as follows:

Information $153,120
Computer systems design and related devices 146,450
Finance and insurance 146,350
Manufacturing 141,380
Management of companies and enterprises 140,970