Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Program Details
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
1. Admission to the University of Kansas.
2. Official transcript from each college you have attended
3. 60 credit hours, including foundational courses in math, science and computing
4. GPA of 2.0 in all coursework
Curriculum and requirements
Classes meet online to fit in the busy schedules of working professionals.
BSIT Required Courses
Mathematics and Science
MATH 101: College Algebra
EECS 210: Discrete Structures I
EECS 210: Discrete Structures II
MATH 365: Statistics
PHSX 114: Physics with Lab
Business and Management
MGMT 305: Survey of Management
ITEC 380: Managing IT Projects
ENGL 362: Technical Writing
General Elective 1
General Elective 2
See advisor: Programming Fundamentals
EECS 168: Programming Algorithms
EECS 268: Data Structures C++
See advisor: Database Management
See advisor: Unix Scripting and Utilities
Required IT Major Courses:
ITEC 310: Computer Org. & Platform Technologies
ITEC 320: System & Network Administration
ITEC 330: Web Systems and Technologies
ITEC 340: Computer & Information Security
ITEC 342: Information Security Management
ITEC 380: Managing IT Projects
ITEC 410: Software Engineering & Management
ITEC 416: System Integration and Architecture
ITEC 420: Operating Systems
ITEC 422: Computer Networks
ITEC 430: Human-Computer Interaction
ITEC 450: Social and Professional Issues
ITEC 490: IT Capstone I
ITEC 492: IT Capstone II
Senior IT Electives
- Apply to the University of Kansas as a transfer student.
- Email the program advisor at email@example.com or call 913-897-8539 about your interest in becoming a transfer student for the BSIT program.
Former KU students not currently enrolled at KU
Complete an application for readmission to the University.
- A maximum of 64 hours from community or junior colleges count within the minimum cumulative credit hour requirement.
- Only transfer grades of C or higher count toward KU degree requirements.
- Courses graded credit/no-credit or pass/fail are not accepted.
- Visit KU’s transfer credit website to ensure your transfer credits will count toward the KU degree.
- 120-credit-hour minimum – In addition to major requirements, students must complete the KU Core, KU’s general education curriculum for undergraduates, as well as electives
- 45 credits must be junior/senior-level, with at least 30 junior/senior-level in residence at KU*
- All curriculum degree requirements must be met (see Degree Progress Report)
- A cumulative overall GPA of 2.00 (KU + transfer GPA)
- A cumulative KU GPA of 2.00
*Note: Students will earn 48 junior/senior level credits with the required ITEC curriculum.
The KU Core is the university-wide curriculum that all incoming students will fulfill as part of their degree, in addition to degree-specific and major requirements. Completion of an AA degree at a Kansas community college satisfies KU Core goals 1-3. For more information, visit: kucore.ku.edu.
Critical Thinking & Quantitative Literacy | 2 Units
GE11: Critical Thinking (Will be met by major requirements)
GE12: Quantitative Literacy (Will be met by major requirements)
Communication | 3 Units
GE21: Written Communication 1
GE21: Written Communication 2
GE22: Oral Communication (e.g. COMS 130)
Breadth of Knowledge | 3 Units
GE3H: Arts and Humanities
GE3N: Natural Sciences with lab (Will be met by major requirements)
GE3S: Social Sciences (Will be met by major requirements)
Culture and Diversity | 2 Units
AE41: Human Diversity
AE42: Global Culture/Awareness
Social Responsibility and Ethics | 1 Unit
AE51: One course (Will be met by ITEC 450)
Integration and Creativity | 1 Unit
AE61: Analyzing and Combining Ideas (Will be met with Capstone I course, ITEC 490)
Please see the program advisor for additional details.