The Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Sciences offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology as a single major.
As of the Fall 2010 semester, the requirements for the degree have changed. Courses that are marked with * are for students who declared the major before Fall 2010. Courses marked with + are for students who declare the major after the Summer 2010 semester.
All students must have completed the following courses (or equivalent) prior to starting the BS in Information Technology program.
- COP2250 Programming in Java
- PSY2012 Introduction to Psychology
- MAD1100 Math Concepts for IT or COT3100 Discrete Structures or MAD2104 Discrete Math
- CGS1920 Introduction to Computing
CGS2518 Computer Data Analysis
– OR –
CGS2060 Introduction to Microcomputers
– OR –
CGS2100 Introduction to Micro for Business
MAC1147 Pre-Calculus Trigonometry
– OR –
MAC1140 Pre-Calulus Algebra
- CDA3003* Microcomputer Organization *
- CEN3721+ Human Computer Interaction +
- CGS3767 Computer Operating Systems
- CGS4285 Applied Computer Networking
- CGS4854 Web Site Construction and Management
- CNT4403+ Computing and Network Security
- COP3804 Intermediate Java
- COP4703 Information Storage and Retrieval
- COP4814+ Component-Based Software Dev.
CGS3095 Technology in the Global Arena
ENC3213 Professional & Technical Writing
– OR –
ENC3249 Professional & Technical Writing for CS
Students must take 5 elective courses. Select two areas of concentration and take at least two courses in those two selected areas (4 courses). The fifth course may be selected from any area of concentration.
- CIS4431 IT Automation
- CNT4603 System Admin and Maintenance
- CTS4348 Unix Admin
- CTS4743 Enterprise IT Troubleshooting
- CNT4504 Network Administration
- CNT4513 Data Communications
- COP4005 Windows Programming for IT
- COP4655 Mobile App. Development
- COP4813 Web App. Programming
- CTS4408 DB Admin
- COP4722 DB Survey
- CIS4365 Enterprise Cybersecurity
- CNT4182 Mobile & IoT Security
All students must complete additional general elective courses to reach a minimum of 120 total credits. Prerequisites can count as general electives.