Minor in Information Technology (Old)
This minor is designed for students seeking understanding of important aspects of computing such as databases, networking, and/or security, especially from a managerial viewpoint. This may be a particularly valuable enhancement to a major in the School of Business as well as to majors in other fields in the College of Arts and Sciences or other divisions of the University..
Eighteen (18) total credits (or 21 if taking ACCT201 and MGMT201):
COMP 125: Visual Information Processing or COMP 150: Introduction to Computing or COMP 170: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming or COMP 180: Computing and Data Analysis for the Sciences or COMP 215: Object-Oriented Programming with Mathematics.
One of COMP 306: Data Mining, COMP 305: Database Administration, COMP 353: Database Programming, COMP 343: Computer Networks, COMP 345: Internet of Things Device and Application Security, COMP 346: Introduction to Telecommunications, COMP 348: Network Security, COMP 349: Wireless Networks and Security, COMP 351: Network Management, COMP 352: Introduction to Computer Vulnerabilities, COMP 340: Computer Forensics, COMP 347: Intrusion Detection and Security.
Two more courses from the 200-level and 300-level courses listed above. One of these courses can be replaced by ACCT201 and MGMT201.