The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) requires completion of a total of 120 credit hours of instruction, 60 of which are at the upper level (junior and senior years).
A student must complete at least 30 credit hours in General Education to receive a BSIT degree. A student must also complete the BSIT core courses shown below. The remaining credit hours consist of major courses (if applicable) and/or elective courses.
The BSIT program offers two majors: Information Systems and Software Engineering. For each major, the student must complete the courses listed in the corresponding major. The student may choose courses from other majors as electives. Students are not required to complete a major.
BSIT Programme Objectives
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Apply and manage technologies in various fields of information technology, including software applications, database systems, management information systems, and IT project management
- Utilize information technology knowledge in common business functions to make processes more effective and efficient
- Demonstrate competencies in the management of information systems
- Define and identify the challenges for information security in organizations and evaluate new solutions to improve security
BSIT Core Courses
- CST 110 Management Information Systems
- CST 120 Programme Logic and Design
- CST 125 Internet and Web Programming
- CST 200 Computer Architecture and Organization
- CST 210 Data Communications
- CST 215 Security Implementation and Management
- CST 305 Object-Oriented Software Design
- CST 310 Introduction to Cybersecurity
- CST 315 Database Systems
- CST 405 Intelligent Systems
- CST 450 IT Project Management
- Information Systems
- Software Engineering
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