BS in Information Systems Technology Curriculum Plan

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Curriculum Plan


Please note that there may be other requirements for completion or options for elective and specialized courses. Please see the academic catalog for the full curriculum. Course offerings and sequence are subject to change.

  • University Success (4 units)
  • Composition I (3 units)
  • College Algebra (3 units)
  • Composition II (3 units)
  • Introduction to Biology (3 units)
  • Introduction to Biology Lab (1 unit)
  • Beginning Spanish I (3 units)
  • Beginning Spanish II (3 units)
  • Intercultural Communication (3 units)
  • College Critical Thinking (3 units)
  • Introduction to Psychology (3 units)
  • Business Mathematics (3 units)
  • Introduction to Business (3 units)
  • Introduction to Sociology (3 units)
  • Introduction to Political Science (3 units)
  • Introduction to Chemistry (4 units)
  • Statistics I (3 units)
  • Introduction to the Arts (3 units)
  • US History (3 units)
  • Intro to Computer Systems (3 units)
  • Internet and Web Development (3 units)
  • Telecommunication and Networks (3 units)
  • Information and Technology Management (3 units)
  • Principles of Economics (3 units)
  • Information Security (3 units)
  • Overview of Management Practices (3 units)
  • Database Management Systems (3 units)
  • Principles of Finance (3 units)
  • Data Analytics (3 units)
  • Production and Operations Management (3 units)
  • Decision Support Systems for Managers (3 units)
  • Decision Support System Practice (3 units)
  • Data Acquisition and Information Processing System (3 units)
  • Data Acquisition and Information Processing Practice (Lab) (3 units)
  • Cloud Computing (3 units)
  • Software Engineering (3 units)
  • Wireless Sensor Network Principles (3 units)
  • Wireless Sensor Network Experiment (3 units)
  • Statistical Analysis and Modeling for Business (3 units)
  • Data Statistical Analysis and Modeling Practice (Lab) (3 units)

Instruction may be provided on-ground, online or in hybrid modalities, and varies by program. For on-ground and hybrid programs, instruction is primarily provided at an Alliant campus; however, some instructional activities may take place off campus at a location appropriate for the particular activity, including, but not limited to, online courses or online portion of courses, internships, practicums, or field placement activities.

For online programs, instruction is provided online; however, some programs may include an in-person residency requirement at one of Alliant’s campuses. Additional instructional activities, including, but not limited to internships, practicums, or field placement activities may take place at a location appropriate for the particular activity.

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