Information technology (IT) is the term used to describe the convergence of Computer Science, Management, and Information Systems. IT emphasizes the management and performance of information technology planning development, implementation, operation, and development of infrastructure to support the process necessary to achieve organizational objectives.
Information technology proudly offers a variety of degrees for our students. These degrees cover a wide range of topics in depth and in a manner reflecting true IT professionalism. Below is a short description of our Degrees. Links to the programs are the actual flowcharts detailing the classes required to satisfy each of the degrees.
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Bachelor of Science in IT- The Bachelor of Science in Information technology degree has the primary objective of meeting the high demand for professional degrees in the strategy, development, and administration of integrated computing, management, and information technology systems. This offering is targeted at the metro Atlanta region, and will serve those students interested in combining computer science, management, and information technology curricula.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology- The Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology is designed for students who have an Associate of Applied Science in computing from a member institution of the Technical College System of Georgia. The courses that you have completed for your AAS will transfer as a block, and you will be required to take an additional 60 credit hours (or approximately 2 years of full-time study) to obtain the BAS degree.
WebBSIT- a consortial online program between six colleges and universities in GA.
Minor in IT- This degree is for students whose major is something other than IT. This degree has basic IT principles and covers most of the basic IT classes. It is meant as an enhancement for the Bachelors degree.