ITIN Minor

The objective of the ITIN Minor is to provide students with a substantive qualification in information technology to augment their respective major and allow them to be even more innovative as to the application of IT to their learning and career choices.

 

The ITIN Minor will serve all students that have a desire to pursue their academic major and wish to supplement it with an innovative approach of IT to that major.

A minor in IT Innovation may be earned by completing the following 21 hours:

Core: (12 hours)

ITIN 1110Introduction to IT Innovation

3 credits

ITIN 2220Applied IT Innovation

3 credits

CIST 1400Introduction to Computer Programming

3 credits

CIST 3110Information Technology Ethics

3 credits

Electives (9 hours to include 6 hours of 3xxx level or above)

ITIN 2150Audio for Multimedia

3 credits

ITIN 3100/MUS 3100Music Informatics

3 credits

ITIN 3330Product Design and Development

3 credits

MGMT 4090/BSAD 8096/ITIN 4090Principles of Collaboration

3 credits

ITIN 4440Agile Development Methods

3 credits

ART 3140CGI: Computer Generated Imagery

3 credits

ART 3150Video Art

3 credits

ART 3160Game Design as Art

3 credits

ART 3170Digital Game Design

3 credits

ART 4180Advanced Digital Game Design

3 credits

CSCI 2850Programming on the Internet

3 credits

CSCI 4260/CSCI 8266User Interface Design and Development

3 credits

ISQA 3310Managing the Database Environment

3 credits

ISQA 3520/ISQA 8525Graphical User Interface Design

3 credits

MGMT 3710Entrepreneurial Foundations

3 credits

MGMT 3720Entrepreneurial Planning

3 credits

MUS 3170Introduction to Music Technology

3 credits

MUS 4200Audio Recording Techniques I

3 credits

MUS 4210Audio Recording Techniques II

3 credits

ISQA 3400Business Data Communications

3 credits

Or

CSCI 3550/CSCI 8555Communications Networks

3 credits

*Or other courses as approved by the UPC