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Information Technology, Bachelor of Science

Computer Science, Mathematics and Science

Overview

Information technology at St. John's University is a professional curriculum built upon a liberal arts core leading to the Bachelor of Science degree.  The information technology major, offered to both day and evening students, is designed to provide both a comprehensive education leading to such initial careers as small business computer manager, microcomputer consultant, desktop publisher, and entrepreneurial software designer and a solid preparation for further academic and professional study in computer science and decision sciences. 

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Admission

For more information about admission to this and other acclaimed undergraduate programs at St. John’s University, please visit Undergraduate Admission online. Or contact us directly at the campus of your choice:

Admission Office - Queens Campus
718-990-2000
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Program Educational Objectives

A few years post graduation, our students will be able to 

1. Be knowledgeable and skilled IT professionals holding positions of increasing leadership and responsibility

2. Adapt to the changing landscape of the IT discipline, as demonstrated by technical promotion or the pursuance of advanced degrees

3. Be continually demonstrating community service as they hold positions of increasing responsibility

Student Outcomes

Student Outcomes for the Information Technology program are the following:

SO1: Analyze a complex computing problem, and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.  

SO2: Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.  

SO3: Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts

SO4: Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.

SO5: Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline.

SO6: Identify and analyze user needs and to take them into account in the selection, creation, integration, evaluation, and administration of computing-based systems. 

Topics Covered

  • Fundamental coverage of the core information technologies of human computer interaction, information management, programming, networking, web systems and technologies
  • Information assurance and security
  • System administration and maintenance
  • System integration and system architecture
  • A solid base in fundamentals of computer programming
  • An introduction to Cyber Security
  • Advanced course work that builds on the fundamentals to provide depth

Enrollment and Graduation Data

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Based on changes to the Fall 2019 BS Information Technology Curriculum, the list of courses is under review. Please contact Nikhil Yadav, [email protected], Program Director for more info.

Major Area Requirements: 30 Credits

CUS1110Introduction to Big Data Analytics3
CUS1115Computer Programming Fundamentals I3
CUS1116Computer Programming Fundamentals II3
CUS1150Systems Programming in Linux3
CUS1165Database Management Systems3
CUS1167Systems Analysis       3
CUS1172Web Development3
CSS1005Fundamentals of Cyber Security3
IT1011Information Technology for Business3
NET1011Introduction to Networks3

 Additional Area Requirements (6 credits from the following courses) 

CUS1126Introduction to Data Structures3
CUS1176Electronic Commerce3
CUS1179Data Mining3
CUS1194Special Topics in Computer Science3
CUS1100Introduction to Game Development3
CSS1001Introduction to Information Security3
HCI1002Healthcare Information Flow and Data Management3

Other Liberal Arts Requirements: 18 Credits

ECO1001Principles of Economics I 3
ECO1002Principles of Economics II3
MTH1009Calculus I3
MTH1013Probability and Statistics I3
MTH1014Probability and Statistics II3
MTH1008Matrix Methods3
  OR 
MTH1022Matrix Methods3

Business Area Requirements: 18 Credits

ACC1007Fundamentals of Accounting I3
ACC1008Fundamentals of Accounting II3
BLW1001Law and Business3
MGT1001Principles of Management I3
MGT1003Financial Management3
MKT1001Principles of Marketing3

Common Core Requirements: 42 Credits

ART1000C*The Creative Process3
DNY1000CDiscover New York3
ENG1100CLiterature in a Global Context3
FYW1000CFirst Year Writing3
HIS1000CEmergence of a Global Society3
LAC1000C*Language and Culture3
PHI1000CPhilosophy of the Human Person3
PHI3000CMetaphysics3
PHI1020 SeriesEthics3
SCI1000CScientific Inquiry3
SPE1000CPublic Speaking for the College Student3
THE 1000CPerspectives on Christianity - A Catholic Approach3
THE1040 seriesMoral Theology3
THEElectiveAny Theology Elective3

*OR 6 CREDITS FROM ANY SECOND LANGUAGE

Free Elective: 6 Credits