B.S. Information and Communication Technologies

Are you interested in a career in computers and just don’t know what that looks like?
Degree Type Bachelor of Science
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Delivery On Campus

UW-Stout's Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) provides a flexible program of study for high school graduates, technical college graduates, and working professionals. Our accessible program and co-op internship opportunities provide flexibility to prepare for a path tailored to your personal and professional goals.

Increase your knowledge and skills through hands-on experiences and courses designed to teach you how to create information and communication solutions. / UW-Stout

The BS ICT Advantage


Program Overview

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Diverse Curriculum

Our diverse curriculum, endorsed by UW-Stout's ICT Industry Advisory Board, includes:

  • Business and Leadership Development
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Project Management
  • Computer Networking
  • Software Development
  • Enterprise Systems
  • Web Development
  • Photography and Video

Related Minors & Certificate

The ICT program offers specialized minors and a certificate for you to consider a specific skillset as part of your degree. Minor and certificate courses can be used to fulfill your Technical Specialty credits.




Use the Request Information form to receive a program summary and learn more about the Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Communication Technologies.

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B.S. Information and Communication Technologies Online

Our flexible online ICT program allows you to take classes part-time with an adjustable schedule to meet your needs.


To apply for the on-campus and online Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Communication Technologies, you need to apply to UW-Stout.

Financial Aid
Students who are attending another institution, but are planning to receive their degree from UW-Stout, may be eligible to receive aid from UW‐Stout. In these cases, UW‐Stout is considered the Home Institution and the other campus is considered the Visiting Institution.

Transfer Students

Note: When filling out the application form, be sure to make a note in the student comment section that you intend to apply to the "online program." 

ICT Advisory Committee

2021 Advisory Committee

Sara Anger Student Services Specialist-Stout Online UW-Stout
Tyler Baeten Information Technology Instructor Fox Valley Technical College
Bryan Barts Director of Career Services UW-Stout
Bryan Bechtoldt President & Principal SVA Consulting
Greg Brodt Instructor Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College
Derek Brost Service Desk Manager JAMF Software
Monica Bunch Consultant SiFer Consulting / Women in Technology (WIT)
Dane Deutsch Lecturer UW-Stout
Dan Dunbar TENN UW-Stout
Steve Ebben Department Chair for Networking and Security Fox Valley Technical College
Curt Fawcett I/O Devices Integration Manager Cray Inc.
Mark Fenton BS Business Administration Program Director UW-Stout
Kris Isaacson BS Digital Marking Technology Program Director UW-Stout
Andrea Kitteleson Cybersecurity Training Lead Rockwell
Ray Koukari Jr. Associate Dean Gateway Technical College
Deb Kutrieb Associate Dean Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College
Amy Luethmers University Marketing Director UW-Stout
Bob Maclean Senior Program Manager Hitachi Solutions America
Diane Olson Professor- Project Management Minor UW-Stout
Camille Peterson Lecturer UW-Stout
Jonny Robinson Quality Assurance Test Engineer JAMF Software
Kevin Tharp Professor--Digital Marketing Technology UW-Stout
Rey Villar Professional in the Field Geneva Group
Joe Wetzel Department Chair Fox Valley Technical College
Holly Yuan BS CNIT Program Director UW-Stout

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