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Bachelor of Science Degree - Computer Technology Management

Overview

Degree Requirements:

  • General Education Courses
  • Major Courses
  • Electives

Degree available in Bismarck and DSUlive

Student Learning Outcomes

A student successfully completing this above major will be able to:

  1. Create effective strategies to prepare for the future of computer technology in an enterprise. This will involve planning, budgeting and knowledge of trends in computer hardware and software. (This learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes II, III and VI.)
  2. Describe computer hardware and software functions and explain searching strategies and mechanisms. (This learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes II, III and VI.)
  3. Apply analytical problem-solving techniques used to diagnose, recommend, and communicate solutions to business problems. (This learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes II, III and VI.)
  4. Develop the team and interaction skills necessary to work with others in the computer technology area of an enterprise. (This learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcomes II, III and VI.)
  5. Apply their computer technology management academic knowledge in the context of professional development. (This learning outcome directly addresses Institutional Learning Outcome V and VI.)

Career Options

Why should you pursue a Bachelor of Science Degree - Computer Technology Management ?

Computer technology management majors study topics from business and computer science to learn how to manage the use of technology in an enterprise.

Possible Career Paths

  • Database Administrator
  • Computer Support Technician
  • Network/Computer System Administrator
  • Web Developer

Requirements

Computer Technology Management Courses

BADM 336Management and Leadership

3

BADM 356Organizational Behavior

3

BADM 364Electronic Commerce

3

BADM 388Management Information Systems

3

BOTE 218Desktop Publishing

3

BOTE 247Spreadsheet Applications

3

CSCI 160Computer Science I

4

CSCI 161Computer Science II

4

CSCI 181Web Management

3

CSCI 185Linux Operating Systems

3

CSCI 200Database Software Applications

3

CSCI 210PC Hardware and Software Management

3

CSCI 220Computer Aided Design

3

CSCI 221Computer Networks

3

CSCI 360Database Management

4

CSCI 486Social Implications of Computing

3

 

CSCI 491Computer Science Seminar

1-6

Three Credits Required

 

GDES 241Graphic Design I

3

OR

GIS 380Applied Arc GIS

3

 

MATH 208Discrete Mathematics

3

OR

MATH 305Probability and Statistics

4

Total Credit Hours:60-61

Semester Sequence

First Semester

COMM 110Fundamentals Of Public Speaking

3

CSCI 101Introduction To Computers

3

ENGL 110College Composition I

3

MATH 103College Algebra

4

UNIV 100Freshman Seminar

1

Elective CSCI 120 - Computer Programming I is recommended

3

Total Credit Hours:17

Second Semester

BOTE 218Desktop Publishing

3

CSCI 160Computer Science I

4

ENGL 120College Composition II

3

HPER 100Concepts of Fitness and Wellness

2

General Education Natural Science Course/Lab

4

Total Credit Hours:16

Third Semester

BADM 336Management and Leadership

3

CSCI 161Computer Science II

4

CSCI 200Database Software Applications

3

GDES 241Graphic Design I

3

Or

GIS 380Applied Arc GIS

3

General Education Creative Expression Course - ART 122 recommended

3

Total Credit Hours:16

Fourth Semester

BADM 356Organizational Behavior

3

General Education Global Perspectives Course

3

General Education Human Behavior and Governance Course

3

General Education Social Science Course

3

Total Credit Hours:15

Junior and Senior Years - Fall Odd Years

CSCI 185Linux Operating Systems

3

CSCI 210PC Hardware and Software Management

3

CSCI 360Database Management

4

General Education Literature Course

3

Elective Any course of your choice

3

Total Credit Hours:16

Junior and Senior Years - Fall Even Years

BADM 388Management Information Systems

3

CSCI 221Computer Networks

3

General Education General Education Elective

3

Electives Any course of your choice

5

Total Credit Hours:14

Junior and Senior Years - Spring Even Years

CSCI 181Web Management

3

CSCI 486Social Implications of Computing

3

Elective Elective - Six credits must be 300 level or higher

9

Total Credit Hours:15


Junior and Senior Years - Spring Odd Years

CSCI 220Computer Aided Design

3

BADM 364Electronic Commerce

3

MATH 208Discrete Mathematics

3

Or

MATH 305Probability and Statistics

4

Electives Any course of your choice

6

Total Credit Hours:15-16
In addition to the required courses, students must take 10 credits of upper-division electives, which can include MATH 305 and GIS 380.