Bachelor of Science
Information Technology is a flexible curriculum that provides for a Supporting Concentration from another field (selected by the student and advisor) as well as additional depth in CIS coursework.
Information Technology Option
|Major Code CI04||Credit Hours|
|General Education Requirements (see catalog*)||44|
|CIS Core(detailed below)||33|
|(Choose 2 pairs from the following 3 pairs of courses)|
|Programming with RPG and
|Programming with COBOL and
|Website Administration I and
Website Administration II
|Math 130||College Algebra or above||3|
|*Math course in major requirements satisfies three
hours of the General Education Requirements.
|**May not select CIS 101, 105, or 305.
***Must be approved by the student's adviser
and the CIS department head.
CIS Core Requirements
|CIS 110||Programming I||3|
|CIS 202||Information Systems I||3|
|CIS 210||Programming II||3|
|CIS 310||Database Management Systems I||3|
|CIS 315||Computer Networks||3|
|CIS 345||UNIX System Administration||3|
|CIS 350||Data Structures||3|
|CIS 375||IT Project Management||3|
|CIS 410||Information System II (WI)||3|
|CIS 425||Database Management II (WI)||3|
|CIS 450||Operating Systems (WI)||3|
|Total CIS Core||33|
Only courses in which a student has earned a grade of "C" or above will satisfy departmental requirements for the major or minor in Computer Information Science.