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Information Technology Major with Emphasis on Web Application Development, Business and Social Applications, or Computer Networking (74 credits)
Bachelor of Science

To complete an IT major with emphasis onWeb Application Development, Business and Social Applications, or Computer Networking, students must complete 34 credit hours of the core courses for the IT major along with 16 credit hours of the support courses and 24 credit hours of the required courses of their chosen emphasis in addition to all other university requirements.

Core Courses (34 credits)
Computer Science 107, Problem Solving Using Information Technology (2 credits)
Computer Science 109, Technological Productivity (2 credits)
Computer Science 110, Problem Solving through Programming
Computer Science 211, Database, Web Creation, and Networks
Computer Science 220, Information Systems
Computer Science 271, Computer Organization (2 credits)
Computer Science 303, Networking
Computer Science 409, Information Technology Management in an E-Commerce World
Computer Science 451, Projects for Information Technology Majors
Computer Science 480, Internship in Information Technology

Required Support Courses (16 credits)
Business 101, Introduction to Business
Business 302, Principles of Management
Communication 202, Small Group Communication
Mathematics 112, Introduction to Statistics

Web Application Development Emphasis (24 additional credits)
Computer Science 112, Advanced Programming with C#
Computer Science 307, Operating Systems and Web Master Fundamentals
Computer Science 319, World Wide Web Programming
Computer Science 351, Database Design
Computer Science 352, Advanced Business Web Applications
Graphic Communication 320, Introduction to Multimedia Production

Business and Social Applications (24 additional credits)
Accounting 205, Financial Accounting
Business 301, Principles of Marketing
Business 305, Principles of Operations Management
Communication 370, Communication Technology and Society
Psychology 316, Thinking, Problem Solving, and Cognition
Sociology 217, Social Psychology

Computer Networking (24 additional credits)
Computer Science 111, Introduction to Java or
   Computer Science 112, Advanced Programming with C#
Computer Science 217, Network Interconnection
Computer Science 307, Operating Systems and Web Master Fundamentals
Computer Science 351, Database Design
Computer Science 401, Advanced Network Protocols and Programming
Computer Science 402, Fundamentals of Network Security Design and Implementation

Information Technology Major with Emphasis on
Computer-Game Development (88 credits)
Bachelor of Science

To complete an IT major with emphasis on Computer-Game Development, students must complete 64 credit hours of required core courses including 20 credits from Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) along with 24 credit hours of the support
courses in addition to all other university requirements.

Core Courses (64 credits)
Computer Science 110, Problem Solving through Programming
Computer Science 111, Introduction to Java
Computer Science 211, Database, Web Creation, and Networks
Computer Science 226, Data Structures
Computer Science 303, Networking
Computer Science 341, Software Design
Computer Science 351, Database Design
Computer Science 431, Artificial Intelligence
Computer Science 437, Computer Graphics
Computer Science 451, Projects for Information Technology Majors (8 credits)
Courses taken at MATC:
VICOM-110, Introduction to Computer Simulation and Gaming (3 credits)
VICOM-115, CSG Production Lab (3 credit)
VICOM-129, CSG Architecture (2 credits)
VICOM-130, CSG Design (3 credits)
VICOM-140, Vicom Practices (2 credits)
VICOM-180, Multimedia Collaborative Lab (3 credits)
VICOM-181, CSG Collaborative Lab and Audio (4 credits)

Required Support Courses (24 credits)
Business 101, Introduction to Business
Communication 202, Small Group Communication
Physics 101, Introductory Physics I
Physics 102, Introductory Physics II
Mathematics 140, Calculus and Its Applications
Graphic Communication 360, Digital Flash Gaming

Information Technology Minor (26 credits)
Required Core Courses
Computer Science 110, Problem Solving through Programming
Computer Science 211, Database, Web Creation and Networks
Computer Science 271, Computer Organization (2 credits)
Computer Science 409, Information Technology Management
Choose three courses from the following list:
Computer Science 111 or
   Computer Science 112
Computer Science 220
Computer Science 303
Computer Science 307
Computer Science 319
Computer Science 351
Computer Science 352
Computer Science 401
Computer Science 402
Graphic Communication 295
Graphic Communication 320
Graphic Communication 360

It is recommended that students refer to the following list to choose three courses based on an area of interest:

  • Web Development: Computer Science 112, Computer Science 319 and Computer Science 351
  • Computer Networking: Computer Science 303, Computer Science 304 and Computer Science 401
  • Server and Database Administrator: Computer Science 111 or Computer Science 112, Computer Science 309 and Computer Science 351,
  • Digital Production: Graphic Communication 295, Graphic Communication 320 and Graphic Communication 360
  • Network Security: Computer Science 303, Computer Science 304, and Computer Science 402

NOTE: Because of rapid advancement of computing technology, some computer science courses taken by students with one or more semester gaps between registrations (summer not included) and outside of a four year period may be subject

 
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