To earn the Bachelor of Science in Information Sciences and Technology degree program you must complete a minimum 125 credits.
- 84 credits required for the major
- 29 prescribed credits
- 10 additional credits
- 21 supporting courses and related areas credits
- 24 option credits (Integration and Application or Design and Development)
- 45 General Education credits (12 of these credits are included in the requirements for the major)
- 8 credits of electives
The prescribed core courses focus on developing theoretical foundations and the skills needed for incorporating information technology into different systems to enhance or improve system performance. The emphasis is on providing the theoretical frameworks needed to use information technology, as well as application-oriented experiences and skills.
A student enrolled in this major must receive a grade of C or better in all courses required for the major.