The Information Technology degree constitutes an interdisciplinary approach to modern information systems, providing strong foundations in business and computer science as they relate to business information management, development and operations.
The major provides a melding of the two disciplines since the development of a computer-based information system is not merely a technological exercise as it also has managerial, organizational and behavioral implications. The Information Technology degree with MIS Specialization offers a strong foundation in computer science, business theory and practice and the related role of information flow within an organization.
The Management Information Systems Major provides majors a balance of theory and practice in both disciplines and prepares students for entry-level positions in such fields as systems analysis, systems design, and information systems management. Students may also elect to continue their studies at the graduate level.
Courses Required for Information Technology:
|Course # Title||Course # Title|
|ACC 101 Principles of Accounting||BUS 415 International Business|
|ACC 311 Managerial Accounting||MIS 101 Programming I|
|BUS 205 Macroeconomics||MIS 110 Introduction Info Systems|
|BUS 206 Microeconomics||MIS 121 Programming II|
|BUS 208 Principles of Management||MIS 200 Systems Design and Analysis|
|BUS 269 Principles of Marketing||MIS 220 Applied Networking Design|
|BUS 300 Quantitative Methods I||MIS 231 Introduction to File Processing|
|BUS 306 Organizational Behavior||MIS 310 Managerial Application of OOP I|
|BUS 352 Business Law||MIS 312 Software Engineering|
|BUS 360 Mgmt Human Resources||MIS 432 Database Management|
|BUS 371 Business Financial Mgmt.||MIS 491 Information Technology Mgmt|
A review of the student’s transcript will determine which courses completed at other institutions are equivalent to the course requirements. In addition to completing the major courses, students will be required to complete additional liberal arts electives as part of the core curriculum.
Total Credits for Degree Completion 120