Information Technology

  • Major
  • Minor

Identify and evaluate new and current technologies. Put your passion into practice. Create solutions. Learn to apply networking, computer applications, and databases for a multitude of diverse users.

  • Small class sizes
  • A focus on using traditional programming languages and focusing on software architecture, data structures, and algorithm development issues.
  • Courses on the study of the computer itself – how it is built, how the software works, and how to program the computer to achieve a task
PERSONALIZE YOUR DEGREE

Minors are available in Computer Graphic Design, Game Design, and Information Technology.

GAIN REAL-LIFE EXPERIENCE – ALL BEFORE YOU GRADUATE.
Internships

Obtain work experience and make informed career choices through supervised internships of a semester or more in length.

 

Coursework

Course Title Credits

CS 140
or
CS 240

Integrated Software Packages

 

Advanced Office Applications

3

 

3

CS 160

Introduction to Computer Principles

3

CS 170

Structured Programming

3

CS 230

Introduction to Algorithm and Data Analysis

3

CS 232

or

CS 251

Digital Design & Typography

 

Graphic Design

3

 

3

CS 272

Java Programming I

3

CS 309

Computer Organization and Architecture I

3

CS 322

Windows Server

3

CS 325

Networking

3

CS 341

Introduction to Web Development

3

CS 342

Database Development

3

CS 343

Database Development

3

CS 365

Information Systems Security

3

CS 381

Junior Seminar I

1

CS 3XX/4XX

Upper Division CS Elective or Internship

9

CS 423

Linux

3

CS 440

Management of Information Systems

3

CS 441

E-Commerce Web-Development

3

CS 481

Senior Seminar I

1

CS 482

Senior Seminar II

1

Plus one of the following

Course Title Credits

CS 173

Introduction to .NET Programming

3

CS 180

Object Oriented Programming

3

CS 372

Java Programming II

3

CS 472

Mobile App Development

3

Total Semester Credits Required: 57

Our Faculty

Computer Science and Technology Faculty

Jakob Barnard

  • Chair of Computer Science and Technology
  • Assistant Professor

Kathryn Lemm

  • Associate Professor
  • Assistant Track Coach (Throws)

Tuition and Financial Aid

We believe every student, regardless of their financial situation, should have access to a UJ education. 100% of our full-time undergraduate students have some type of financial aid, with scholarship packages starting at $8,000 minimum. Your counselor for admissions personally walks you through financial aid, including the process of filing a FAFSA, maximizing your eligibility for aid, and answering any questions you may have along the way.