Applied Computing Systems and Technology, B.S.

To receive a Bachelor of Science in Applied Computing Systems and Technology, a student must complete at least 121 credits with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 and a grade point average of at least 2.0 in all major and minor coursework. The major requirements for the degree consist of:


Six Core Courses: 18

Six Concentration Courses: 18

The concentration courses are chosen from one of the following areas:


Application Development Concentration

One of the following:

Business Systems Analysis Concentration

Database Systems Concentration

One of the following:

Web Application Development Concentration

Two of the following:

Information Technology Concentration

Six from the following (at least one at the 400 level):


In addition to the major requirements, students must complete the following general requirements:

Proficiency and Supporting Requirements

Two math courses

Students can take only one of:

Distribution Requirements (at least two disciplines per category)
Humanities 12 credits
Social Sciences 12 credits
Sciences 12 credits

Electives

As necessary to achieve a total of 120 credits