Online information technology degree coming to Georgia Southern

Kyle Clark

STATESBORO — A new, entirely online information technology program will be coming to Georgia Southern University. 

The Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) degree will be offered through the eMajor program. It is an entirely online program offered through an eCampus. The eMajor program’s focus is to provide affordable and high demand degrees. 

“Georgia Southern’s new online Bachelor of Information Technology degree is ideal for anyone looking to advance within an already established career in the IT industry or to break into this growing field on the ground level,” said Mohammad Davoud, dean of Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing, in a press release.

According to Davoud the course will cost $199 per credit hour. This price includes tutoring and student success coaching. 

The program is currently accepting applications and first classes will be offered Jan. 2020. 

Kyle Clark, The George-Anne Managing Daily Editor,