Bachelor of Science
Information Technology is concerned with the problem of managing, using, and communicating information to support decision making and with the task of finding the proper combination of people, procedures, and technology for the design of effective information systems.
Information Technology students must apply for admission to the Information Science program once they have successfully earned 55 credits and a GPA of at least a 2.75. See an Advisor for details.
Information Technology students must complete all major courses, related area courses, and skill and general education courses with a grade of a C or better.
Graduate School Guarantee — School of Information Sciences
MORE INFORMATION ON PITT-GREENSBURG GRADUATE SCHOOL GUARANTEES
- A bachelor's degree from a Pitt campus earned in a STEM Field.
- An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better.
- Complete at least one undergraduate programming course
- For more information about the School of Information Sciences, go to www.ischool.pitt.edu
|Required Courses 7 courses - 21 credits|
|INFSCI 0010||Introduction to Information Systems and Society||3|
|CS 0421||Programming Using Java||3|
|CS 0422||Advanced Programming Using Java||3|
|INFSCI 1022||Database Management Systems||3|
|INFSCI 1024||Information Systems and Analysis||3|
|INFSCI 1044||Human Factors in System Design||3|
|INFSCI 1070||Introduction to Telecommunications and Networks||3|
|Elective Courses 4 courses - 12 credits|
|Any INFSCI courses not used to fulfill another requirement may be taken as an elective.|
|Related Area 4 courses - 12 credits|
|Take four courses from a single department such as Management, Psychology, Communication, or Mathematics. Other departments in the Natural Sciences, Behavioral Sciences and Humanities may also be used as a related area.|
|Additional Requirements 1 course - 3 credits|
|INFSCI 1080||Independent Study OR||3|