The BS degree program in Information Technology is designed for students who are interested in specifying, managing and applying technology for their organization . An IT graduate responds to the practical, ongoing demands of a business for computing resources. Because all organizations utilize technology, the IT graduate solves problems by supporting the organization and other employees in their quest for information.
This program prepares students for vocations such as system administrator, network administrator, computer support engineer, technologist, information system trainer, technical marketing professional, communications engineer, telecommunications specialist, computer operations and data center director.
|Core Requirements 1||45|
For transfer students, please see the Advanced Transfer Core.
|Required Core Courses|
|Cosmogony (required for Human Beings and Being Human)|
Mathematics requirement 1
|Professional Core Courses|
|PHIL 211||Elementary Logic||3|
|CSC 150||Foundations of Comp Science||3|
|CSC 180||Readings in IT-OL||3|
|CSC 200||Foundations of Programing||3|
|CSC 250||Computer Science, Thry/Prct I||3|
|CSC 313||The IT Experience||1|
|CSC 370||Software Engineering||3|
|CSC 410||Vocation and Ethical Computing||3|
|CSC 430||Database & Info Management||3|
|CSC 491||Senior Seminar II||3|
|Select a minimum of 12 credits 2||12|
IT majors cannot use CSC 150 Foundations of Comp Science to satisfy the core mathematics requirement.
Additional upper division CSC courses approved by the department chair; consult with your advisor for approval.