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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

This degree focuses on preparing you to work with a variety of technology and systems.

  • Monitor networks and develop softwares
  • Analyze computer systems and data communication
  • Function as a computer programmer

While earning your Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, you can expect to take courses including Concepts of Computer Hardware, Intro to Programming, Computers in Society, and Web Design and Development. A complete four-year plan of study can be found here.

Curriculum

Visit the University Catalog page for the most up-to-date curriculum requirements

View the printable version with the Four Year Plan of Study

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (B.S.)

  • IT2023: Concepts of Computer Hardware
  • IT2033: Intro to Programming
  • IT2043: Database Management Systems
  • IT2053: Programming 1
  • IT2063: Math and Physics for Gaming
  • IT3013: Gaming in the .Net Environment or IT3023: Programming in PHP
  • IT3033: Programming 2
  • IT3043: Concepts Of MIS
  • IT3053: Web Design and Development
  • IT3073: Database Processing and Management
  • IT4043: Concepts of Computer Networks
  • IT4053: Advanced Programming Topics
  • IT4073: Systems Design and Project Management.
  • IT4081: Portfolio Evaluation
  • MATH2033: Probability and Statistics
  • ACCT2113: Financial Accounting
  • NSP4153: HS:Computers in Society

The requirements above are specific requirements for this major. You must also fulfill general education requirements and general bachelor’s degree requirements. Please refer to the Newman University Catalogs for details. After admission to Newman University, your Newman advisor can help explain program and university requirements.

CONTACT

Data Analytics Professor, David Cochran

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316-942-4291, ext. 2255

Office: MN202