The Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Sciences offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology as a single major with a strong foundation in the theory of Computer Science.
Students should have completed the following courses (or equivalent) prior to starting the BS in Information Technology.
Only a programming course in Java will be accepted as transfer credit to satisfy COP2210.
- COP2250 Programming in Java
- PSY2012 Introduction to Psychology
- COT3100 Discrete Structures or MAD2104 Discrete Math
- CGS1920 Introduction to the Computing Field
- CGS2518 Computer Data Analysis OR
CGS2060 Introduction to Microcomputers OR
CGS2100 Introduction to Micro for Business
- MAC1147 Pre-Calculus Trigonometry OR
MAC1140 Pre-Calculus Algebra
Nine credits must be taken outside Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Sciences. These credits must be selected from the courses for a minor or certificate in another discipline. All nine credits must be taken from the same minor or certificate.
All students must take five elective courses.
Students must select two from each area of concentration and take the fifth course from either concentration.
All students must complete additional general elective courses to reach a minimum of 120 total credits. Prerequisites can count as general electives.