Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology helps students prepare to develop careers in the broadly defined field of information technology. Core courses provide students with sufficient exposure to networking and system administration, web and multimedia content development, application development, including database management systems and web applications, technology integration and deployment in a user community, including needs assessment, user-centered design, technology transfer, and ongoing support. The degree program is designed by following ABET requirements defined by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. After fulfilling the core course requirements, students can obtain greater depth in several IT areas, including network administration, web & database administration, or web-database integration.
The program objectives and outcomes of our Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BS in Information Technology) program are consistent with the mission of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, which is: To provide nationally competitive and fully accredited professional programs at the certificate, associate, baccalaureate, and graduate levels. This program enables immediate employment upon graduation or for continuation for advanced level studies in the respective disciplines.
Information Technology - Student Outcomes
Information Technology program enables students to achieve, by the time of graduation:
- Analyze a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.
- Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program's discipline.
- Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.
- Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
- Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program's discipline.
- Identify and analyze user needs and to take them into account in the selection, creation, integration, evaluation, and administration of computing-based systems.
Program of Study
- Entering in Spring 2020
- Entering in Fall 2014
- Entering in Spring 2012
- Entering in Fall 2010
- Entering in Fall 2008
Based on the program of study in Spring 2020, students must take general education requirement courses and computer science major courses (a total of 120 credit hours of college-level courses). There are 12 general education requirements and 26 major requirements. As part of the major requirements, there are 20 core courses and 8 IT electives. Please note that 4 major requirement courses are considered as general education requirements. For graduation, students must pass all major required courses with a grade of C or above.
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Required Major Courses
In here you will see required courses in the degree program. General education requirements as well as Math & Science requirements are not listed.
|General Education Requirement|
|IGED 110, Foundation Writing I, 3 credits|
|IGED 130, Foundation Oral Communication, 3 credits|
|IGED 111, Foundation Writing II, 3 credits|
|IGED 140, Foundation Ethics, 3 credits|
|IGED 210, Discovery Writing, 3 credits|
|IGED 270, Discovery Diversity, 3 credits|
|IGED 280, Discovery Civics, 3 credits|
|Program Math & Science Requirement|
|Natural Science Elective (Lec+Lab), 4 credits|
|Natural Science Elective (Lec+Lab), 4 credits|
|MATH 116, Finite Mathematics, 3 credits|
|MATH 185, Elementary Statistics I, 3 credits|
|MATH 215, Calculus for Business, Social and Life Sciences, 4 credits|
|Program Core Requirements|
|APCT 110/111, Intro to Programming (Lec/Lab), 3 credits|
|APCT 115, Foundations of Computing, 3 credits|
|APCT 231/ 233, Computer Science I (Lec/Lab), 4 credits|
|APCT 232/ 234, Computer Science II (Lec/Lab), 4 credits|
|CMOP 131/ 132, Computer Networking Fundamentals (Lec/Lab), 4 credits|
|CMOP 231/ 232, Wireless Local Area Networks (Lec/Lab), 3 credits|
|CMOP 235/ 236, Introduction to WebPage Development and HTML (Lec/Lab), 3 credits|
|CSCI 306, Computer Ethics and Laws, 3 credits|
|CSCI 308, Advanced Object-Oriented Programming , 3 credits|
|CSCI 315, Unix and System Programming, 3 credits|
|CSCI 342, System & Network Administration, 3 credits|
|CSCI 343, Database Administration, 3 credits|
|CSCI 345, Human Computer Interaction, 3 credits|
|CSCI 353, Information Security, 3 credits|
|CSCI 441, Digital Forensics, 3 credits|
|CSCI 452, Database Systems Design, 3 credits|
|CSCI 498, Senior Project I, 3 credits|
|CSCI 499, Senior Project II, 3 credits|
|Program Elective Requirements|
|APCT 341, Advanced Web Development, 3 credits|
|CSCI 317, Multimedia Programming & Design, 3 credits|
|CSCI 341, Software Engineering, 3 credits|
|CSCI 351, Computer Networks, 3 credits|
|CSCI 352, Network Security, 3 credits|
|CSCI 398, Advanced Applied Programming, 3 credits|
|CSCI 412, Operating Systems, 3 credits|
|CSCI 415, Computer Organization and Architecture, 3 credits|
|CSCI 451, Advanced Network Management, 3 credits|
|CSCI 453, Secure Software Engineering, 3 credits|
|CSCI 455, Cryptography, 3 credits|
|CSCI 490, Special Topics in CSIT, 3 credits|
|CSCI 497, Independent Study, 1 - 3 credits|
|Additional Program Elective Courses|
|CSCI 241, Data Structures, 3 credits|
|CSCI 251/ 253, Assemblers & Systems (Lec/Lab), 3 credits|
|CSCI 325, Organization of Programming Language, 3 credits|
|CSCI 410, Theory of Computing, 3 credits|
|CSCI 414, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, 3 credits|
|CSCI 417, Functional Programming, 3 credits|
|CSCI 421, Machine Learning, 3 credits|
|CSCI 422, Introduction to Deep Learning, 3 credits|
|CSCI 424, Introduction to Compiler Design, 3 credits|
|CSCI 434, Analysis of Algorithms, 3 credits|
|CSCI 435, Digital Image Processing, 3 credits|
|CSCI 436, Parallel and Distributed Computing, 3 credits|
|CSCI 454, Computer Graphics, 3 credits|
|CSCI 456, Visualization, 3 credits|
|CSCI 478, Big Data Analysis, 3 credits|
The BS in Information Technology program requires completing a total of 120 credit hours of college-level courses in order to graduate. Students must obtain a grade of C or better and must have an overall grade point average of at least 2.0.
*This graduation requirement will be determined depending on when you begin studying the degree program at UDC. For further detail about the graduation requirement, students should contact their academic advisors or the undergraduate program director.