Bachelor of Science Degree Program - 180 Quarter Credit Hours
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The mission of this program is to provide a strong foundation in both business and technology skills that are core essentials in information technology careers. It combines basic business concepts, interpersonal communication, customer service skills and standard applications training with technical skill in the areas of hardware, networking, programming, databases and web development. This curriculum is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to identify computer networks based on the structure, application and size of the network including local, campus and wide-area networks. Students are given the tools to helot to solve problems with computer software using programing structures, logical design, software design, data representation, algorithm development, efficiency and correctness. Students are given the opportunity to learn how information and decisions are derived from data and how to maintain data integrity while storing, retrieving and updating data. This program helps provide the necessary skills for students to start their careers as professionals in the information technology industry.
Upon graduation, students will be able to:
- Understand the functions and applications of computers in an information systems environment by maintaining current knowledge of emerging and changing methodologies and technologies and apply that knowledge across organizational and business processes to address the critical needs of the business with respect to regulatory demands, strategic goals and daily operations.
- Plan, lead, organize, collaborate and communicate with persons in various information systems roles, including those in the role of user, manager, developer, analyst, database administrator and network administrator that lead organizations to successful and sustainable information systems solutions.
- Understand and apply social responsibility and ethical considerations with a professional demeanor and collaborative problem-solving skills in an information systems environment.
- ACC 1010 - Accounting I
- BUS 1000 - Principles of Business
- ITS 1000 - Introduction to Technical Computer Concepts †, OL
- ITS 1500 - Computer Systems and Emerging Technologies †, OL
- ITS 1505 - Computer Systems and Emerging Technologies II †, OL
- ITS 1550 - Computer Network Infrastructure †, OL
- ITS 1560 - Computer Network Infrastructure II †, OL
- ITS 1650 - Help Desk Procedures †, OL
- ITS 2000 - Windows Administration †, OL
- ITS 2050 - *NIX Administration †, OL
- ITS 2150 - Applied Server Technologies †, OL
- ITS 2250 - Cisco Technologies I †, OL
- ITS 2252 - Cisco Technologies I, Part 2 †, OL
- ITS 2255 - Cisco Technologies II †, OL
- ITS 2260 - Cisco Technologies III †, OL
- ITS 2300 - Strategies and Ethics for the IT Professional †, OL
- ITS 2350 - Security and Privacy †, OL
- ITS 2400 - Fundamentals of Web Technologies †, OL
- ITS 2700 - Microsoft Windows Administration Capstone †, OL
- ITS 3440 - XML Essentials †, OL
- ITS 3640 - Database Structure and Design †, OL
- MGT 2600 - Project Management I
Professional Elective Courses
Seven courses (4 credit hours each) must be selected from the listing below:
General Education Courses
Program Specific Notes
||Indicates a Core Course. Please see the Core Courses section of this Catalog for details.
Students may be required to take this course online.
Students are required to complete CD 1000 - Career Development to meet the graduation requirements of the program.
|Program Length: The Information Technology-BS program is 180 weeks in length and 6,292 clock hours.
Program Delivery: The Information Technology-BS program is offered in residential, distance learning, or a combination of both types of instructional delivery formats.