Undergraduate Course Catalog 2004-2005

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT (ACCELERATED)/BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

Total Credit Hours: 128
Major Credit Hours: 67

Information Technology Management is a dynamic, rapidly-growing field that plays a vital role in organizations all over the world. Statistics indicate that IT managers will be among the most sought after professionals in the coming decades due to the expansion of the role of technology in all job sectors. The Information Technology Management program offers a combination of technical and managerial expertise that will prepare students to work in a variety of businesses, industrial and government settings with a keen understanding of the industry's strategic objectives and management practices.

PROGRAM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

Applicants should be at least 24 years of age with 3 years of work experience and successful completion of at least 32 semester credit hours or more of college-level learning (credits may be earned through transfer coursework, military experience, ACE evaluated courses, CLEP or DANTES exams.)

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS FOR BS IN

Information technology management

Successful completion of a minimum of 128 semester credit hours.

Completion of 32 semester graded credit hours at Lewis University including four upper division foundation courses and/or major courses (12 semester credit hours.)

Achievement of an overall grade point average of at least 2.00 (C) for all courses taken at Lewis University and a 2.20 average for the foundation and major area courses.

GENERAL EDUCATION
06-111 College Writing I (3)
06-112 College Writing II (3)
10-112 Introduction to Human Communication (3)
Mathematics (satisfied by Finite Math or other course equivalents) (3)
Social Science (satisfied by Macroeconomics) (3)
Social Science (3)
Social Science (3)
Natural Science (3)
Natural Science (3)

THREE OF THE FOLLOWING FIVE COURSES
09-101 Culture and Civilization I (3)
09-102 Culture and Civilization II (3)
Fine Art Requirement (3)
15-110 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
Litterature Requirement (3)

TWO OF THE FOLLOWING MISSION-BASED COURSES MUST BE TAKEN AT LEWIS
Christian Action and Values (3) OR Ethics (3)
Cultural Diversity and Intergroup Relations (3)
Theology (3)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATION COURSES
LA-120 Accounting for Managers (3)
LE-201 Basic Microeconomics (3)
LE-200 Fundamentals of Macroeconomics (3)
LB-300 Business Communication in the Digital Age (3)
LG-200 Business Information Systems (3)
LB-250 Business Law I (3)
LG-350 Decision Science (3)
LF-200 Finance for Managers (3)
LB-355 Managing Integrated Customer Solutions (3)
LM-200 Marketing (3)
LA-121 Principles of Accountancy II (3)
LB-200 Principles of Management and Leadership (3)
LG-349 Statistics for the Decision Maker (3)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MAJOR COURSES
LW-220 Business Programming I (3)
LW-415 Web Design Applications (3)
LW-330 Introduction to Database Management (3)
LW-430 Data Communications and Networking (3)
LW-453 Network Operating Systems and Technology (3)
LW-406 Systems Design and Methodology (3)
LM-376 The Strategies of E-Business and E-Marketing (3)
LW-364 Coordinating and Managing Supply Chains (3)
LB-460 Strategic Management: Theories and Applications (3)
LB-360 Human Resource Management (3)
Fundamentals of Project Management Seminar (1)

Choose one of two
LB-375 Organizational Behavior (3)
LB-380 Supervisory Management (3)

OPTIONAL MINORS

Minors are available in a variety of business and interdisciplinary areas including Accounting, Communication Technology, Computer Graphic Design, E-Business, Economics, Finance, Healthcare Leadership, Marketing, Management Information Systems, Multimedia, Networking Technology, and Web Programming (Note: not all of these are available in an accelerated/evening format.) See an advisor for more information. Electives are dependent upon choice of major/concentration.

OPTIONAL CERTIFICATES

Certificates are available in E-Business, Entrepreneurship, Executive Leadership, Information Technology, Networking, Personal Financial Planning, and Project Management (Note: not all of these are available in an accelerated/evening format.)