Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
The B.S. in Information Technology provides students a solid foundation in computer science and emphasizes supporting study in Business and Management Information Systems.
Course requirements for this degree plan include:
- 32 credits of Computer Science Professional Courses listed below plus 3 additional CS electives (9 credits) at the 3000 level and above
- 28 credits of Tulsa curriculum 2 Block I courses, 4 Block II courses, 2 Block III courses including 1 with a lab, and 1 additional Block I, II or III
- NOTE: This major requires completion of Block III courses
- 6 credits of English including ENGL 1033, Exposition and Argumentation; Engl 3003, Writing for the Professions
- 10 credits of Mathematics including Math 1163, Math 2014, and Stat 4813
- 21 credits of Business courses including MIS 3053, 3 MIS electives at the 4000 level, Acct 2113, Acct 2123 and Business elective at the 3000 level and above
- 18 credit of general electives
124 credits required for the B.S. in Information Technology
To become a candidate for a degree in computer science, a student must complete all computer science courses in the curriculum with a grade-point average of at least 2.0, and earn a 2.0 or better overall.
Please note that students are required to follow the course balance sheet on which they enrolled. This may vary from the information reflected on this site. Students should contact the College of Engineering & Natural Sciences' Advising Office for a copy of their active balance sheets.