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ITS - Information Technology Systems Concentration | Undergraduate Degree Program

ITS - Information Technology Systems Concentration

This concentration is a cohesive selection of courses that allows an area of specialization that is directly associated with the MIS major and consists of coursework beyond the core courses required in the MIS major. Concentration courses offered onsite will vary from campus to campus.

• It requires a minimum of 4 courses and a minimum of 12 upper-division semester credits. Requiring additional courses and course mix to complete a concentration is at the discretion of a specific campus but must be in keeping with the University policy.

• Half of the credits must be taken in residence at Ottawa University.

• A minimum grade of “C” is required for all courses.

• The concentration cannot contain courses also used for the major.


  1. Prepare students for employment in a Technology discipline or for graduate Technology studies.
  2. Provide students with theoretical knowledge and skills-based proficiencies in the Technology core principles of:
    • programming
    • hardware
    • data management
    • software analysis and design
  3. Provide students with fundamental knowledge of business administration and management so that graduates will be able to work productively within businesses and organizations.
  4. Develop interpersonal skills for accomplishing effectively on teams.
  5. Educate students about the social and ethical aspects of Technology.

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ITS - Information Technology Systems is offered at the following locations.

  • Overland Park, Kansas
  • Brookfield, Wisconsin
  • Online

ITS 30044 - Advanced Database Systems*

ITS 33470 - Routing and Switching* (Former: Networking)

ITS 35505 - Production*

ITS 45566 - Advance Programming Techniques*

* denotes prerequisite course required

University Accreditation

Ottawa University, as a whole, is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Specific degree programs within our institution have also been accredited by relevant bodies within the field:

We are proudly recognized for our commitment to student excellence by the following designations:

Why Choose Ottawa
Almost all courses in Ottawa University’s programs are available online and accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. We make it easy for you to transfer credits in order to help keep tuition costs down. We also offer courses in accelerated 8-week terms in order to reduce your time to completion. These are just a few of the reasons why we are proud to be the best, fastest, and most affordable option locally in the Kansas City, Milwaukee, and Phoenix areas, as well as serving students nationally through our online degrees.

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