2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Aug 19, 2022  
2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Information Technology, B.S. (Professional Studies)

David Seppala-Holtzman, D.Phil., Chairperson
Victoria Hong, M.B.A., Associate Chairperson

The Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Technology is designed to prepare students to apply information technology within organizational contexts. Specifically, the program will focus on the development of technology infrastructures and systems and the use of these to acquire, deploy and manage information.

The Department reserves the right to require an additional English writing course(s) at any point in a student’s program if deemed appropriate based on the student’s writing level.

Prerequisite Computer Courses/Experience: 6 Credits

Liberal Arts Electives: 28–31 Credits

Other Electives: 30-33 Credits

Total: 120 Credits (Effective students entering Fall 2015)