Information Technology is the business of the movement of data by retrieving, managing, securing and analyzing data sets. It is an embedded system used in our everyday lives that defines how humans interact on a daily basis. The field’s fast pace of growth is a worldwide event, and it is in need of self-motivated, problem-solving individuals who are looking toward a career in the exciting world of information technology.
The information technology track introduces basic fundamentals that help lay the foundation of the information technology coursework. These fundamentals build toward the internship which will allow students to hone their skill set and prepare for employment in the fast-paced environment that is information technology. This program has been designed with key-driven threads to incorporate emerging technologies that are utilized in real-world business models.
|ITM 410||Information Systems Management||2-0-2|
|ITM 415||Business of IT- Applications||3-0-3|
|ITM 420||Fundamentals of Networking||2-0-2|
|ITM 425||Hardware/Software Support||3-0-3|
|ITM 430||Systems Analysis & Design||3-0-3|
|ITM 435||Database Concepts||2-0-2|
|ITM 440||Operating Systems Concepts||2-0-2|
|ITM 445||Information Systems Business Concepts||2-0-2|
|ITM 450||Security Concepts||2-0-2|
|ITM 455||Internet/Web Fundamentals||2-0-2|
|ITM 460||IT Capstone||2-0-2|
*Each course has a series of numbers that defines the course. The first number represents the number of lecture hours per week; the second represents the number of lab hours; the third number presents the clinical hours per week; the last number represents the number of credit hours assigned to the course.