Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Web Development Specialization

Successful organizations use technology to find solutions to all kinds of business challenges. Individuals who understand how to use technology to contribute to productivity and the bottom line are in top demand.

BSIT program competencies:

  • Differentiate and evaluate computer operating system, networking and network management, computer system security and IT compliance and governance requirements and best practices.
  • Apply database concepts and capabilities through the creation, organization and maintenance of modern database systems.
  • Design, create, evaluate, and evolve enterprise architectures.
  • Solve complex problems through the ability to program in at least one high level programming language.
  • Implement the goals, processes and techniques of software engineering through the development of a software application or using other software application supported by a project plan.
  • Integrate applications, technology and devices to support Web development and augment solutions through the evaluation of emerging media and emerging technology.
  • Apply project management concepts such as risk management, planning, scheduling, team building, leadership, project control, quality assurance, scope management, and change control.

Degree Requirements

Courses - General Education

COMS201Technical and Professional Writing

4.5

ELEELEHUMNHumanities Elective

4.5

ELEELESCIScience Elective

4.5

ELEELESCI1Science Elective 1

4.5

ELEELESCILABScience Lab Elective

1.5

ELEELESCILAB1Science Lab Elective 1

1.5

ELEELESOCSocial Science Elective

4.5

ELEELEUSUS History/US Government Elective

4.5

ENGL101Composition and Critical Thinking

4.5

ENGL103Composition: Writing and Research

4.5

MATH109Introduction to Algebra

4.5

MATH112Analytic College Algebra

4.5

MATH225Applications of Discrete Mathematics and Statistics

4.5

PHIL101Introduction to Ethics

4.5

SOCL102Introductory Sociology

4.5

 

UNIV104Academic and Career Success

4.5

or

 

HUMELEHumanities Elective

4.5

Total Credit Hours:66

Courses - Core

CS126Unix Fundamentals

4

 

CS251Fundamentals of Database Systems

4

or

CS250Fundamentals of Database Systems

4

 

CS362Structured Query Language for Data Management

4

CSS150Introduction to Computer Security

4

EM200Introduction to Website Development

4

IT106Introduction to Programming Logic

4

 

IT140Introduction to Operating Systems and Client/Server Environments

4

or

IT Elective

 

IT190Introduction to IT

4

IT204Fundamentals of Networking

4

IT254Spreadsheet Applications

4

IT401Information Technology Architectures

4

IT425Systems Analysis, Design and Integration

4

MPM210Introduction to Project Management

6

Total Credit Hours:54

Courses: Specialization

CS347Web User Interface Design

4

DMD225Computer Illustration I

4

DMD242Digital Imaging

4

DMD480Senior Design Project

4

 

EBUS308Introduction to e-Business

4

or

IT Elective

 

EM209Digital Media and Intellectual Property

4

or

IT Elective 3 (4)

 

EM218Web Development II

4

EM228Scripting for the Web

4

EM270Emerging Media and Technology

4

EM325Multi-Media Development for the Web

4

EM326Multi-Media Development for the Web II

4

EM328Server-Side Scripting for the Web

4

EM420Web-Based Database Applications

4

EM425Mobile Web Design

4

IT175Introduction to Cloud Computing

4

 

IT470Advanced Web Technologies

4

or

IT Elective 2 (4)

Total Credit Hours:64

Students choosing a Project Management focus will take the courses listed below in the Project Management track in place of DMD225, DMD242, DMD480, EBUS308, EM209, EM326, IT470:

MPM332Organizational Leadership

4

MPM344Project Risk Management

4

MPM346Contracts and Procurement

4

MPM357Project Performance and Quality Assurance

4

MPM434Project Scheduling and Cost

6

MPM468HR Project Management

6

Total Credit Hours: 184

Locations

  • Colorado Springs
  • Aurora (Denver Area)
  • Virtual Campus