The plan in Information Technology (IT) leads to the Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree. This plan prepares students in a variety of IT careers such as systems administrators, network administrators, computer specialists, database managers, database administrators, computer technicians, computer security manager, web designers and developers, etc. within commercial, industrial, educational and governmental institutions. The curriculum allows students to develop a broad background in information technology with a balance of theory and hands-on practical experience.
This degree requires 120 hours and includes 42 hours of University Core. University Core is listed separately in the catalog. Applicants can be considered for the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS), Information Technology track in the College of Science and Engineering if they:
- Have an Associate of Applied Science degree in Information Technology or a related field or have a minimum of 33 semester credit hours with a minimum of 15 technical or vocational hours in an IT or related discipline.
- Are eligible to return to the last school attended.
- Earned a 2.0 cumulative GPA.