Information Technology Program

Information Technology

The Information Technology Major  at USF focuses on effective operation and management of computer systems.  You will learn to apply computer technology to the solution of business problems dealing with network technologies and management of data on networks from both the client and server perspectives.   You will be acquiring knowledge, skills, and methods for the deployment of emerging technology, installation and maintenance of networks, management of data resources and security of systems.

 

Major Program (62 semester hours)

COMP 135          Introduction to Information Technology
COMP 200          Microcomputer Systems
COMP 201          Introduction to DBMS
COMP 205          Systems Analysis and Design
COMP 207          Networking Fundamental
COMP 241          Web Programming Languages
COMP 253          Java with Data Structures
COMP 301          Database Administration
COMP 312          Server Installation and Configuration
COMP 335          Operating Systems
COMP 350          Network Security
COMP 430          EBusiness
COMP 480          Senior Project
ACCT 125            Financial Accounting
ECON 101            Macroeconomics  OR  ECON 102  Microeconomics
MGMT 150          Management and Organizational Behavior
MATH 170           Applied Calculus
MATH 175           Statistics

Upper Division Computer Science Electives (300-400 level) –  6 hours

 

IT Minor

COMP 135          Introduction to Information Technology
COMP 141          Visual Basic
or
COMP 253          Java with Data Structures
COMP 200         Microcomputer Systems
COMP 205          Systems Analysis and Design
COMP 207          Networking Fundamental
COMP 312          Server Installation and Configuration
Upper Division Computer Science Electives (300-400 level) –  3 hours