Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology

Start Your IT Career Now.

Our program provides educational and practical hands-on experience for individuals to break-in or improve their skills in the rapidly changing information technology areas of business. The Christian value system and perspective—particularly as it relates to the modern business environment and information systems—will be integrated throughout the academic program. And you'll be learning IT near some of the worlds most successful tech brands—from Microsoft to Amazon to Google.

Graduates are able to:

  • Apply Information Technology strategies to address business needs
  • Write a programming code to connect a front-end user interface with a back-end database
  • Solve common desktop and network issues
  • Evaluate ethical issues in Information Technology from a Christian faith perspective
  • Design and build a simple database system
  • Develop a career strategy in the Information Technology field

Common Career Paths

  • Database Administrators
  • Information System Managers
  • Security Analysts
  • Web Developers
  • Network Administrators

Job Growth Outlook

IT professionals are in high demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employment of computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 12 percent from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations.

We're In Good Company

Our campus is surrounded by some of the most successful technology brands on the planet. If you want to learn IT, why not attend a university that is close to tech companies that are hiring?

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Information Technology is moving into new areas where humans never even imagined. To adapt, Solid Software principles and foundations are critical for students to learn so that they can move into these new areas of technology. Our vision is to provide a Christian education program that is high quality, academically challenging, and will help prepare students to successfully enter the IT field.
Kiran Wilson, DBA, College of Business Faculty Program Coordinator

Major Requirements

Information Technology Major Core (30 Credits)

  • BMGT 3123: Information Systems Management (3)
  • BUSM 3063: Computer Organization (3)
  • BUSM 3083: Computer Programming (3)
  • BUSM 3113: Information Technology Program Management (3)
  • BUSM 3283: Introduction to Data Management (3)
  • BUSM 3493: Introduction to Systems Analysis (3)
  • BUSM 4183: Information Systems Design (3)
  • BUSM 4383: Operating Systems and Networks (3)
  • BUSM 4673: Online Business Technologies (3)
  • BUSM 4793: Capstone Project (3)

Computer Science Cognate (24 Credits)

  • INTC 3xx3: Introduction to Computer Science (3)
  • INTC 3xx3: Programming Languages (3)
  • INTC 3xx3: Data Structures and Algorithms (3)
  • INTC 4xx3: Computer Architecture (3)
  • INTC 4xx3: Distributed Systems (3)
  • INTC 3xx3: Complier Construction (3)
  • INTC 4xx3: Legal and Ethical Issues in Information Technology (3)
  • INTC 4xx3: Information Technology Internship (3)

General Electives (8–11 Credits)

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