Bachelor's Degree Completion Program in Integrated Information, Science, and Technology

Developed by GW’s College of Professional Studies, this bachelor’s degree completion program is for the individual who currently holds an associate's degree or has earned at least 60 credit hours toward their undergraduate degree.  The remaining 60 credit hours of study required for bachelor’s degree completion at GW, consist of 32 credit hours of foundational courses which are taken during the first three semesters (Fall, Spring and Summer) or equivalent of junior year, and 28 credit hours in either one of two tracks: Biotechnology or Information Systems and Technology, taken in the second year of studies (or the equivalent of senior year.)  Classes are held at GW’s Graduate Education Center, one block from the Virginia Square metro station (orange line) in Arlington, Virginia.

Related Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

The Biotechnology and Information Systems and Technology tracks are also specially developed to provide a conduit to existing GW master’s degree programs in Molecular Biotechnology and Information Systems and Technology Management. With one additional year of accelerated master’s degree study, successful graduates will earn their master’s degree in either of these two disciplines.

What can I do in the Bachelor's Degree Completion Program in Integrated Information, Science, and Technology field?

The Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program is designed for science entrepreneurs and those driven to work in the business-side of science. The two tracks of Information Systems and Technology and Biotechnology are geared toward individuals who are currently working in these fields, or those who are attempting to gain entry either as a career-changer or as a young professional seeking an entry-level position.

What can I expect to learn in the Bachelor's Degree Completion Program in Integrated Information, Science, and Technology program at GW?

This program allows students to remain competitive in today’s workforce while gaining valuable knowledge and information in these two cutting-edge, rapidly evolving industries.

What is the Bachelor's Degree Completion Program in Integrated Information, Science, and Technology community like at GW?

Courses are scheduled with the needs of working professionals in mind and are offered during the evenings and weekends at our northern Virginia location in Arlington.

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Tracks in Biotechnology and Information Systems and Technology

Designed for science entrepreneurs and those driven to work in the business-side of science, the Biotechnology and Information Systems and Technology tracks are geared toward individuals who are currently working in these fields, or those who are attempting to gain entry either as a career-changer or as a young professional seeking an entry-level position.

Secure a rewarding career

Secure a rewarding career in the fields of Information and Network Security, Information Systems Management, Development and Analysis, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics.

Earn a master's degree with one additional year of study

The Biotechnology and Information Systems and Technology tracks are also specially developed to provide a conduit to existing GW master’s degree programs in Molecular Biotechnology and Information Systems and Technology Management. With one additional year of accelerated master’s degree study, successful graduates will earn their master’s degree in either of these two disciplines.

 

Remain competitive in today's workforce

These two innovative tracks of Biotechnology and Information Systems and Technology allow students to remain competitive in today’s workforce while gaining valuable knowledge and information in these two cutting-edge, rapidly evolving industries.

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