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The Bachelor of Technology Degree in Information Technology prepares students to pursue careers as Network Engineers, Network Specialists, Database Administrators, Database Engineers, Data Analysts, Business Analysts, and other IT professionals. The program concentrates on technologies such as LAN (Local Area Networks, WAN (Wide Area Networks), DNS, Active Directory, VPN (Virtual Private Network), TCP/IP, Account Management, SQL (Structured Query Language), Database Developing, Database Administration, Reporting, VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) in Excel, and Access, and a host of related topics.


  • Major Courses (52 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    CIS105 Foundations of Computer Systems 3
    CIS107 Computer Applications 3
    CIS110 Fundamentals of Programming 3
    CIS150 Telecommunications 3
    CIS160 Introduction to Windows 1
    CIS170 Systems Analysis & Design 3
    CIS180 C# Language Programming 3
    CIS181 UNIX/LINUX Operating System I 3
    CIS245 Network Administration I 3
    CIS246 Network Administration II 3
    CIS295 Database Management Systems 3
    CIS296 Database Applications 3
    CIS301 IT: The Individual and Society 3
    CIS310 Management Information Systems 3
    CIS350 Senior Project 6

  • Electives (select two courses)

    Course: Credits:
    CIS220 Business Programming I 3
    CIS225 Business Programming II 3
    CIS290 Fundamentals of GUI Design 3
    CIS280 Data Structures with C# 3
    CIS285 Object-Oriented Programming 3
    CIS320 Client/Server Programming I 3
  • Business Courses (9 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    BUS100 Management I 3
    BUS200 Management II 3
    FNB100 Introduction to Finance 3
  • General Education Courses (17 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    GEN101 Freshman Seminar 1
    CIS101 Computer Literacy 3
    ENG101 Public Speaking 3
    ENG103 English Composition I 3
    ENG203 English Composition II 3
    LIB100 Information Literacy 1
    MAT220 Discrete Mathematics 3
  • Distribution (27 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    MATHEMATICS: MAT230 Pre-Calculus; Functions and Graphs 3
    SCIENCE: Elective 3
    SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES: Select three courses 9
    HUMANITIES: Literature Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: Philosophy Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: History Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: Fine Arts Elective 3
  • Other Requirements (9 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    MAT340 Calculus I 3
    MAT350 Statistics and Probability 3
    PHL200 Critical Thinking 3
  • Open Electives (9 credits)

Total Credits: 123