B.S. Information Technology - Degree Map

Freshman Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Csci 104 Programming Fund. - 3
  • Math 106 (or 107 or 120) - 3
  • Eng 101 Comm. Arts I - 3
  • Gen Ed. - 6

Spring Semester / credits

  • Csci 205 Computer Science I - 5
  • Math 205 Intro. Statistical Methods - 3
  • Eng 102 Comm. Arts II - 3
  • Gen. Ed. - 6

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Csci 224 Discrete Concepts - 3
  • Csci 235 Foundations of Networking - 3
  • IT 253 Platform Tech. & Sys. Admin - 3
  • BUS 265 Bus. Communications - 3
  • ENG 226 Grammar & Eng. Hist. - 3

Spring Semester / credits

  • CSCI 341 Web Design - 3
  • IT 151 Productivity Software - 1
  • IT 240 Info. Assurance & Security - 3
  • BUS XXX * - 3
  • ENG 357 or 363** - 3
  • Gen Ed. - 3

Junior Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Csci 343 Database Systems - 3
  • Csci 385 Users Services Practicum - 3
  • IT 345 Systems Integration & Arch. - 3
  • BUS XXX * - 3
  • Gen. Ed. - 3

    Spring Semester / credits

    • Csci 307 Prog. Lang. & Platforms - 3
    • IT 355 System Admin & Maint. - 3
    • IT 386 Info. Tech. Practicum - 3
    • Gen. Ed. - 6

    Senior Year

    Fall Semester / credits

    • Csci 435 Advanced Networking - 3
    • Csci 471 Senior Capstone I - 1
    • IT 446 Project Management - 3
    • Gen. Ed. - 6
    • Electives - 3

    Spring Semester / credits

    • Csci 472 Senior Capstone II - 1
    • CSCI/IT 379 Topics in CSCI/IT - 3
    • Electives - 8

      Notes:

      • 42 upper-division hours required to graduate; only 36 hours are specified in the degree plan – students must select additional upper-division coursework (students taking upper-division BUS courses could satisfy the requirement within the degree plan . . . see below).
      • Math 107 or Math 120 can be substituted for College Algebra (Math 106); Any of these math classes also satisfies the general education mathematics requirement.
      • * Students must complete two BUS courses from the list: BUS 207, BUS 255, BUS 256, BUS 361, or BUS 401; BUS 361 and BUS 401 would both count toward the 42 upper-division requirement
      • ** Students may complete 1-year of foreign language instead of ENG 357 or 363

      This degree map may change at any time, and ASU does not guarantee its accuracy. Always consult with your major advisor before registering for courses.