Bachelor of Applied Technology

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Why Bachelor of Applied Technology (BAT)?

The Bachelor of Applied Technology (BAT) program at WVU Parkersburg is the means to success for students who wish to advance their technical skills.
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The BAT is the culmination of two AAS degrees at WVU Parkersburg as part of a 2 + 2 program.

Students who complete an Associate degree in Computer Information Technology can choose to major in Computer Networking and Security.

With an Associate degree in Computer Science, students can continue on in the Software Engineering Major.

Why BAT at WVU Parkersburg?

WVU Parkersburg is the only college in the region that offers students the opportunity to complete an associate degree and then continue on into a bachelors program.

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Programs Offered

Software Engineering – B.A.T pdf
Computer Networking & Security – B.A.T pdf

Careers

  • Computer programmer
  • System analyst
  • Database administrator
  • Software engineer
  • Network administrator

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