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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

The program in information technology prepares students for careers in administering and supporting the computing infrastructures of an organization. The curriculum consists of an integrated set of courses in networking, web development and administration, database development and administration, systems administration, and computer forensics.

Curriculum Track 1:

Programming, Database, and Web

Both matrices below are sample plans for all coursework required for Track 1 and Track 2.

Spring Credits
FAH 1XXX Fine Arts and Humanities Courses 1
 3
COMS 4213 Database Administration 3
COMS 4913 Capstone 3
Approved 3000-4000 level Elective  3
Total Hours 12

 

Curriculum Track 2:

Network and Security

Spring Credits
FAH 1XXX Fine Arts and Humanities Courses 1
 3
COMS 4713 Networking Practicum 3
COMS 4913 Capstone 3
Approved 3000-4000 level Elective  3
Total Hours 12

 

1See appropriate alternatives or substitutions in "General Education Requirements".
2Student may waive this course by taking MATH 2243 Calculus for Business and Economics or MATH 2914 Calculus I instead and take an elective in its place.

 3TECH 1013 Introduction to the University is a substitution for TECH 1001 Orientation to the University; Elective would reduce from 3 hours to 1 hour.
 4MATH 2914 Calculus I is a substitution for MATH 2243 Calculus for Business and Economics.
 5COMS 3703 Advanced Operating Systems is a substitution for COMS 2713 Survey of Operating Systems.
6COMM 2003 Public Speaking is a substitution for COMM 2173 Business and Professional Speaking.