Information technology

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In an information age characterized by rapid and powerful change, Bluffton University recognizes the need for flexibility in delivering academic programs in the area of computer science and information technology. These programs are delivered through the mathematics and business departments. The departments use a collaborative approach designed to prepare majors for advanced study and high tech professions and to ensure a program design that anticipates changes in knowledge requirements and professional opportunities for graduates. 

A major in information technology is available. Minors are offered in information technology and graphic design (offered through the art department).

Information technology major


Information technology minor 

(19-21 hours)
Required courses: 12 hours
CPS 108 Computer Programming (3)
TEC 105 Web Applications (3)
TEC 200 Scripting Languages (3)
TEC 369 Introduction to Information Systems (3)

Electives: 7-9 hours
*Students can receive a maximum of 12 hours credit for an internship(s) or a practicum(s).
August 2019

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