Yes. A Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Information Technology is as useful as a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. What’s really important is hands-on experience combined with higher education and professional certifications. If you are not working in IT yet, then you should seek an internship to get started and continue your education to the graduate school level. Once you know the area of IT that interests you the most you should also pursue professional certifications as they make you more marketable and your skills and confidence will soar too.