Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the degree programs are accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
GDIT will conduct background checks on any student who is being processed to work for GDIT. Most positions will require that you pass the security clearance process before starting with GDIT.
Many courses are mapped to industry based certifications such as CompTIA. Students in the Cyber Technology Network Security degree program will be required to take and pass at least two accredited industry based certifications. Students who choose Cyber Technology Programmer Analyst degree program will be required to submit a portfolio with two written programs. The Computer Information Systems degree program does not currently require students to finish with two accredited industry based certifications. However, it is in the best interest of the student that they obtain them in order to be competitive among their peers.
Yes, students will receive 60 credit hours and an Associate of Applied Science.
Interning with GDIT will be subject to whether GDIT accepts the student and whether the student passes any necessary background checks.
On average four (4) semesters over a 2 year period taking 15 hours per semester.
Transfer students must successfully complete a minimum of 12 technical credit hours from BPCC.