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Other ITK course requirements (29 hours): — ITK 178, 254, 272, 363, 372, 375, 378. —2 additional courses from : ITK 341, 346, 352 or 353, 365, 367, 368.01 (if not used to satisfy other requirements). Supporting requirements (33 hours): Mathematics and Statistics (11 hours): —MAT 120 or 145, 160. —1 statistics course, e.g. MQM 100; ECO/GEO/POL/PSY 138. Communication and Organization (22 hours): —COM 223; ACC 131; ECO 105; MQM 220. —1 of: COM 202, 227; ENG 249. —2 of: ACC 132; FIL 185, FIL 240; MKT 230, ECO 225 or 228 or 239 or 245. Web Application Development Sequence: The Web Application Development Sequence is designed to give students a background for developing infor- mation systems in a Web/Internet-based environment. This sequence provides depth in Web development techniques and supporting technologies, along with related emerging technologies. A minor is not required. Information Technology courses (45 hours): Information Technology core (10 hours): —ITK 160, 177, 261. Professional Practice (7 hours): —ITK 191. —1 of: 3 options: — 6 hours of ITK 398, or — 3 hours of ITK 391 and 3 hours of ITK 398, or — 3 hours of ITK 391 and 1 of ITK 341, 367, 368.03 (if not used to satisfy other requirements). Other ITK course requirements (28 hours): —ITK 178, 254, 272, 352, 353, 375, 377, 378. —1 additional course from: ITK 341, 367, 368.03 (if not used to satisfy other requirements). Supporting requirements (33 hours): Mathematics and Statistics (11 hours): —MAT 120 or 145, 160. —1 statistics course, e.g. MQM 100; ECO/GEO/POL/PSY 138. Communication and Organization (22 hours): —COM 223; ACC 131; ECO 105; MQM 220. —1 of: COM 202, 227; ENG 249. —2 of: ACC 132; FIL 185, FIL 240; MKT 230; ECO 225 or 228 or 239 or 245. Information Technology
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134 C A S T MINOR IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS The Information Systems Minor is designed for people who will use computers as tools in their chosen profession or provide limited computer support for their work group, but not be computing professionals. The Application Develop- ment Concentration is a general information systems minor requiring the ITK core plus two elective courses. Minor (22 hours): Required core (10 hours): —ITK 160, 177, 261. Concentration (12 hours): Application Development: —ITK 178, 254. —1 of: ITK 341, 352, 353, 365, 367, 368.01, 368.03, 375, 378. —1 additional ITK 200 or 300-level course (at least 3 hours). Computer Science Programs Degree Offered: B.S. MAJOR IN COMPUTER SCIENCE This degree is designed for students who wish to pur- sue a comprehensive study of computer science that blends theory, abstraction, and design in a variety of traditional and current areas. Graduates will be prepared to work for a variety of companies including those that have a scientific, engineering, or mathematical focus. It would also prepare students to pursue graduate studies in Computer Science. The Computer Science program is accredited by the Com- puting Accreditation Commission (CAC) of the Accredita- tion Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). Computer Science courses (47 hours): Computer Science core (10 hours): —ITK 160, 168, 261. Professional Practice (7 hours): —ITK 191. —1 of: 3 options: — 6 hours of ITK 398, or — 3 hours of ITK 391 and 3 hours of ITK 398, or — 3 hours of ITK 391 and 1 of ITK 326, 340, 341, 352, 353, 356, 367, 375, 378, 382, 384, 385, 388 (if not used to satisfy other requirements).
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