University of Southern California

Graduate Information Technology Program Overview

University of Southern California, a private institution, offers labs for its online, graduate-level computer information technology program. All of the online classes are recorded and archived, so that students can access lecture material at their own convenience. The application deadline for the online graduate CIT programs at University of Southern California is January 15, and 86 percent of students are employed when they enroll.

USC is a large, primarily residential research university. The majority of the student body was undergraduate until 2007, when graduate student enrollment began to exceed undergraduate.The four-year, full-time undergraduate instructional program is classified as "balanced arts & sciences/professions" with a high graduate coexistence. Admissions are characterized as "most selective, lower transfer in"; 95 undergraduate majors and 147 academic and professional minors are offered. The graduate program is classified as "comprehensive" and offers 134 master's, doctoral, and professional degrees through 17 professional schools.USC is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. The university was elected to the Association of American Universities in 1969. USC's academic departments fall either under the general liberal arts and sciences of the Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences for undergraduates, the Graduate School for graduates, or the university's 18 professional schools.

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