Programs

Information Technology Concentration

24 credit hours

The Information Technology concentration has been designed to bridge the gap between computer science and the business use of computers. Its emphasis is on knowledge-based computer and information technology as well as applications, programming and networking in an era of rapidly changing technology.

* Prior coursework or experience in the field of Information Technology is preferred for this concentration.

Required Courses: (10 hours)
CGS 3303 Information Technology Concepts (3)
EEL 4782 Computer Information Networks for IT (3)
EEL 4782L Computer Information Networks for IT Lab (1)
CIS 4935 Senior Project in Information Technology (3-5)

Electives: (Minimum 11 hours)
CDA 3101 Computer Organization for IT (3)
CEN 3722 Human Computer Interfaces for IT (3)
CEN 4031 Software Engineering Concepts for IT (3)
CGS 2034 Computers and Impact on Society (3)
CGS 2060 Intro to Computers and Programming (3)
CGS 2094 Cyber Ethics (3)
CGS 3845 Electronic Commerce (3)
CGS 3853 IT Web Design (3)
CIS 3932 Selected Topics for IT (1-4)
CIS 4361 Information Technology Security Management (3)
CIS 4412 Information Technology Resource Management (3)
CIS 4932 Approved Selected Topics for IT (1-4)
CNT 3403 Network Security and Firewalls (3)
COP 2224 or 2931 Object-Oriented Programming (C++) (3)
COP 2510 Programming Concepts (3)
COP 3515 Program Design for IT (3)
COP 3931 or 4931 Approved Selected Topics for IT (1-4)
COP 4610 Operating Systems for IT (3)
COP 4703 Database Systems for IT (3)
EEL 4854 Data Structures and Algorithms for IT (3)
ETG 4932 Selected Topics in Technology II (1-5)

Additional electives may be approved by the division director or department chair.
* Prior coursework or experience in the field of Information Technology is preferred for this concentration.

College Exit Requirement: (3 hours)
IDS 4934 Senior Capstone for BSAS/BGS (3)
This course is the required capstone course for all BGS concentrations.

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