Why take this minor?
Students who pursue Information Technology are those who enjoy working with computer hardware, networks, security, and databases. Graduates pursue careers as network administrators, computer security specialists, database administrators, and web programmers. The minor in information technology introduces students to the foundational courses in the field usually encountered during the first two years of study.
Number of Courses Required for Graduation
Number of Credits Required for Graduation
- CSIT 220 – Data Communication Networks
- CSC 230 – Programming Concepts and User Interfaces
- CSC 240 – Database Management Systems
- Three additional CSIT courses numbered 300 or greater.
Recommended Course Sequence
SOPH Fall: CSIT 220
SOPH Spring: CSC 240
JUNIOR Fall: CSC 230
JUNIOR Spring: CSIT Elective #1
SENIOR Fall: CSIT Elective #2
SENIOR Spring: CSIT Elective #3
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