With a B.S. degree in Information Technology (IT), students will develop an understanding of core information technologies and prepare for the practical application of IT. The combination of a strong technical foundation, well-developed communication, and collaborative skills, business core competencies, and specialization in an area of choice produces graduates who are well-qualified to enter the IT workforce in a position that meets their interests and abilities as well as the needs of employers in industries including consulting, business, government, defense, entertainment, and medicine.
Entrance to Major Requirements
To be eligible for entrance to the B.S. in Information Technology major, students must:
- achieve a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00
- complete the following entrance-to-major courses with grades of C or better:
- IST 110 or CYBER 100 or CYBER 100S
- IST 140 or CMPSC 121 or CMPSC 131
- IST 210
- IST 220
Required coursework for the Information Technology degree can be found in the University Bulletin.