The Best Colleges for Information Technology Methodology
The Best Colleges for Information Technology ranking is based on rigorous analysis of academic, admissions, financial, and student life data from the U.S. Department of Education along with millions of reviews from students and alumni. Learn where our data comes from.
|Overall Niche Grade||Overall Niche Grade, which incorporates statistics and student surveys regarding all aspects of the student experience, such as academics, value, professors, diversity, local area, campus quality, safety and student life.||Multiple Sources||35.0%|
|Information Technology Student SAT/ACT Scores||Composite SAT/ACT scores (normalized to the same scale) of students majoring in Information Technology at the school. Scores are self-reported by students on Niche.com.||Self-reported by Niche users||10.0%|
|Percent Majoring in Information Technology||Percent of undergraduate students at each school who major in Information Technology.||U.S. Dept. of Education||20.4%|
|Information Technology Program Demand||A ratio of the number of Niche users interested in the Information Technology program compared to the size of the program.||Self-reported by Niche users||11.7%|
|Percent of U.S. Information Technology Graduates||Percent of total annual Information Technology graduates nationally that come from this program.||U.S. Dept. of Education||11.7%|
|Information Technology Student Surveys||Niche survey responses scored on a 1-5 scale regarding the overall experience of students and alumni who major in Information Technology.||Self-reported by Niche users||8.8%|
|Information Technology Test Scores Compared to School’s||Comparison of SAT/ACT scores of students majoring in Information Technology compared to all other majors at the school. Scores are self-reported by students on Niche.com.||Self-reported by Niche users||2.5%|
To be included, the school must confer at least 5 bachelor’s degrees in the field annually or have the major represent at least 20% of all bachelor’s degrees conferred by the school. Statistics obtained from the U.S. Department of Education represent the most recent data available, as self-reported by the colleges.