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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (BSIT)

Overview

As computer systems and networks become increasingly central to business, information technology professionals with the skills to install, configure, and troubleshoot these systems are essential for successful business operations.

The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) program is to prepare students to acquire knowledge in theoretical and practical applications in computer hardware, software, and information systems. Students participate in intensive computer laboratory assignments, become skilled in solving research problems, and conducting oral and written presentations. 

 

Curriculum

The curriculum for the BSIT program is shown below:

 

General Education Courses                                                                                    12 Courses

 

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

ENGL 101

Oral Communication

4.5

ENGL 102

English Composition 

4.5

ENGL 103

Advanced Writing

4.5

MATH 101

College Algebra

4.5

MATH102

Calculus

4.5

QANT 301

Statistics

4.5

SOSC 101

Sociology

4.5

SOSC 102

Psychology

4.5

SOSC 103

Political Science

4.5

SOSC 201

Law and Ethics

4.5

SOSC 202

American Cultural Studies

4.5

SCIN 201

Future Studies

4.5

 

Common Core Courses (CC)                                                                              8 Courses

 

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

TECH 101

Introduction to Computers

4.5

ENGL 201

Business Communication

4.5

INST 201

Introduction to Information Systems

4.5

MGMT 201

Principles of Management

4.5

MGMT 203

Principles of Project Management

4.5

TECH 301

Technology Management

4.5

MGMT 402

Business Law and Ethics

4.5

RESH 401

Research Methods

4.5

 

Program Core Courses (PC)                                                                                    11 Courses

 

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

MATH 201

Discrete Mathematics

4.5

CMSC 201

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

4.5

INST 202

Data Communications and Networking

4.5

TECH 203

Network Management and Infrastructure

4.5

INST 301

Computer Hardware and Software

4.5

INST 302

Computer Server Environment

4.5

INST 401

Business Intelligence

4.5

CMSC 301

Introduction to Programming Logics

4.5

CMSC 302

Operating Systems

4.5

CMSC 303

JAVA Programming

4.5

CMSC 304

Software Engineering

4.5

 

Elective Courses (EL)                                                                                              8 Courses

           

Students may choose from the various undergraduate-level core or elective courses offered in this and other programs. A sample selection of electives is listed as follows.

 

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

ACCT 301

Principles of Accounting I

4.5

CMSC 401

Database Management Systems

4.5

CMSC 402

Web Design and Development

4.5

CMSC 403

Mobile Technology

4.5

ECON 201

Principles of Economics

4.5

ECON 301

Introduction to Managerial Economics

4.5

ECON 302

Global Economy

4.5

ENGL 301

Creative Writing

4.5

ENGL 302

Asian American Writers

4.5

MGMT 202

Introduction to Business

4.5

MGMT 204

Human Resources Management

4.5

MGMT 302

Principles of Marketing

4.5

MGMT 303

Business Finance

4.5

MGMT 304

Leadership Theories and Practices

4.5

MGMT 306

Small Business Management

4.5

 

 

Capstone (CAP)                                                                                                        1 Course

 

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

CAPS 490

Undergraduate Capstone

4.5

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