The University of California-Santa Cruz delivers 155 academic programs, including bachelor's program in technology and information management. The school provides a variety of online programs for bachelor's degree-seekers. Bachelor's programs in all fields require general education coursework. Upper-division courses build on foundational knowledge and explore topics specific to the learner's major.
Students gain analytical, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills. Online and on-campus students generally need about four years to complete a bachelor's program. Part-time students may need more than four years to graduate.
The institution reports that 70% of students receive financial aid and 39% take out loans. Undergraduate students at the institution pay an average net price of $17,889 each year. The school accepts 51% of undergraduate students.