Internet Technologies (iT) Concentration

 

The Internet Technologies (iT) concentration supplements the CS curriculum by focusing on the expertise needed to implement solutions that involve contemporary Internet technologies and software applications.  The requirements of the CS major provides the background necessary to pursue the iT concentration.  The concentration makes extensive use of the existing CS courses and builds on what has been accomplished in the program.  The iT concentration provides hands-on, project-based experience for students.

The iT concentration in BSCS can be earned by completing the following 18 credit hours:

 

Required Courses (9 hours)
CSCI 2850Programming on the Internet

3 credits

CSCI 3830Advanced Java Programming

3 credits

CSCI 4900Internet Systems Development

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:9

Elective Courses (Choose 9 hours)

The list of electives is not exhaustive. Students can take other relevant courses as electives under the approval of the Computer Science undergraduate program committee.

CIST 2910Multimedia Systems

3 credits

CSCI 4380/IASC 4380/IASC 8386Computer and Network Forensics

3 credits

CSCI 4850/CSCI 8856Data Base Management Systems

3 credits

And Either

IASC 3350Security Administration - Linux

3 credits

Or

IASC 3370Security Administration - Windows

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:9

The student must obtain a grade of “C-” or better for the purposes of meeting departmental and college requirements. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required for the College of Information Science & Technology.