The College of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts offers an interdisciplinary minor in information technology which provides students with the opportunity to develop an understanding of technology and its impact on society and in the workplace. Because information technology affects virtually all aspects in society: education, business, and industry; the study of information technology is best suited to an interdisciplinary approach. In this interdisciplinary minor, students will encounter various aspects of information technology that directly impact their chosen course of study. Students should contact the coordinator for additional information.
Requirements for a Minor in Information Technology:
A minor in information technology requires completion of 18 hours, including 12 hours of core courses and 6 hours of electives at the 300 level or above.
Any 300 or higher level CIT course (not used to fulfill the core course requirement);
Any 300 or higher level CSC course (not used to fulfill the core course requirement);
Any 300 or higher level MIS course (not used to fulfill the core course requirement);
Students must earn at least a “C” (2.00) average in courses counted for a minor in information technology. This minor is not available for students majoring in computer science or information technology.