Bachelor Degree in Information Technology Management

Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology Management

Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology Management is a completion program for graduates of associate of science programs in computer-related fields. It prepares computer technicians as information technology professionals, supervisors or managers.

Program Objectives

The following objectives are designed to meet BSU mission and its objectives.

  • To educate students in basic business principles applicable to information technology management.
  • To increase knowledge of the business side of technology by learning and applying customer-centered problem analysis, design and implementation.
  • To develop written and oral communication skills necessary for a successful management career.

Prerequisites for Major Courses

  • Evidence of graduation from a regionally-accredited associate of science program in a computer-related field.
  • A minimum 24 semester credit hours of general education courses must be earned by students transferring credits from another associate degree program.

The following lower division courses must be successfully completed before beginning upper division major courses ( Course equivalency is established by the Dean of Academic Affairs from official transcripts received from regionally accredited institutions ):

  • ECO1023 Microeconomics
  • ENC2102 English Composition II
  • MAC2105 College Algebra or MGF2106 College Mathematics
  • PSY1012 Psychology
  • STA2023 Statistics

Program Outline

To receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology Management, students must earn 60.0 upper division credit hours. Program requirements are as follows:

Information Technology Management Major Courses ( 45.0 credit hours )
Accounting for Non-Financial Majors 3.0 credit hours
Legal and Ethical Environments of Business 3.0 credit hours
Software Development: Professional and Social Issues 3.0 credit hours
Corporate Security Policy and Preparedness 3.0 credit hours
Managing Software Productions and Personnel 3.0 credit hours
System Analysis 3.0 credit hours
E-Business Infrastructure Management 3.0 credit hours
Systems Design 3.0 credit hours
Information Systems Implementation 3.0 credit hours
Information Technology Management 3.0 credit hours
Information Technology Planning 3.0 credit hours
Database Management Systems 3.0 credit hours
Introduction to Management/Organizational Behavior 3.0 credit hours
Operations Management 3.0 credit hours
Project Management 3.0 credit hours
Upper Division General Education Courses (15.0 credit hours)
Management Information Systems 3.0 credit hours
Organization and Technology of Information Systems 3.0 credit hours
Professional Writing 3.0 credit hours
Critical Thinking 3.0 credit hours
Intermediate Statistics 3.0 credit hours

Note: All lower division major and general education courses must be successfully completed before upper division courses are undertaken.


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