Bachelor’s Degree in IT Management
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts faster than average growth in the IT sector, the result of expanding use of technology in the workplace.
Our Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies (BSPS) major in IT Management explores the development, implementation and management of information technologies and offers the flexibility to take courses in other subject areas.
Depending on your professional job responsibilities or career goals, you might consider meeting focus course requirements by taking an interdisciplinary course sequence in areas such as law and technology, business continuity or human resource management.
The BSPS requires 120 semester hours of coursework, including 30 hour for the major in IT Management. You may transfer up to 60 semester hours into the degree.
Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies
30 semester hours. Includes Common Seminar and Areas of Study.
6 semester hours
Areas of Study
24 semester hours. At least one 3-hour course from each of the following areas:
- Natural Sciences
- Social Sciences and Cultural Studies
- MATH 103U Finite Mathematics (or higher)
- The Arts
60 semester hours. Coursework selected from across the curriculum. Minors may be drawn from this area. Foundation Coursework applies toward General Distribution.
The student’s placement test score, along with advising recommendations, will determine the pathway of foundation courses before other required coursework.
30 semester hours. Select from Human Resource Management, Information Security, IT Management or Paralegal Studies.
Undergraduate Major in IT Management
The undergraduate major in IT Management is available for the Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies (BSPS).
9 semester hours
10 semester hours. Select one of the following: ISYS 450U, ISYS 490U or ISYS 492U.
11-12 semester hours selected from the following courses