Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

Information technology plays an increasingly important role in most organizations, and there is a growing need for people with both technical and management skills. This program prepares the student in the implementation of information technology while enhancing knowledge and tools of business management and organizational theory. It is both a theoretical and practical program, which prepares the student for careers in computer management and management of information technology personnel. It also offers the professional skills required by a wide variety of computer-related positions in business, government, and industry.

To receive a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, the student must successfully complete the Supplementary Requirements and the IT curriculum with a minimum of a 2.25 cumulative grade point average. Any specific business courses completed outside the business core may not be counted toward more than one major or minor. The Supplementary Requirements include the following courses: ACC 261; ECO 211; ENG 360; MGT 204; and MTH 310.


Curriculum


IT Major Requirements: 44 credits.


CSI 130.

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING I

(4)

CSI 150.

COBOL PROGRAMMING I

(3)

CSI 230.

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING II

(4)

CSI 235.

MATHEMATICS OF COMPUTING

(3)

CSI 260.

EVENT DRIVEN PROGRAMMING

(3)

CSI 300.

COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE

(3)

CSI 325.

ELECTRONIC COMMERCE

(3)

CSI 369.

SOCIAL, LEGAL, AND ETHICAL ISSUES OF COMPUTING (W)

(3)

CSI 415.

DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

(3)

CSI 425.

WEB PROGRAMMING

(3)

CSI 450.

COMPUTER NETWORKING AND COMMUNICATIONS

(3)

CSI 490.

SENIOR SEMINAR IN COMPUTING

(3)

ADDITIONAL UPPER LEVEL ELECTIVE

(3)