Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

The BSIT degree provides a comprehensive experience for learning and application of information technology theories and concepts. The most important component of the program, the capstone project provides the students an opportunity to demonstrate competency and mastery of the knowledge gained throughout the program, along with learning and employing current technology trends.  The program prepares the students for both employment opportunities and/or graduate studies in the field of information technology, management information systems, or other related fields.

Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in speech and writing
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of computer architecture and information systems management
  • Employ programming language, networking, and database concepts
  • Analyze problems and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution
  • Understand software engineering principles and the apply them to software development life cycle  
  • Design experiments and interpret experimental data
  • Illustrate the ability to undertake independent learning
  • Collect and use technical information from multiple sources
  • Develop a capstone project showcasing current industry trends  
  • Understand the pervasive and evolving role of information technology in global society, and participate responsibly as both IT professional and citizen

Level and Type of Research Required: Bachelor Level

Mastery and application of quantitative and qualitative business research methodologies involving real world case studies and academic research assignments throughout the completion of the core curriculum of the bachelor’s degree programs.