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Information Technology Systems Concentration | Undergraduate Degree Program

Information Technology Systems Concentration

The future business environment in Kansas and the nation will be characterized by rapid technological changes, intense global competition, faster product life cycles, and more complex, specialized markets. As such, the computing and information needs of organizations are increasingly complex and rapidly changing. Individuals with computing and information systems expertise can design and develop computer and information technology products, design and build information systems, manage sophisticated information resources, work on interdisciplinary teams, and communicate effectively within the organization and other end-users. 

The Computer Science academic degree programs' primary objective is to provide a path for students from diverse backgrounds to rapidly transition to computing and information system career paths by providing them with foundation and advanced undergraduate level courses in computing and information science.

Information Technology Systems Concentration Courses

A concentration consists of a minimum of four courses, of which at least 12 semester credits must be upper division. See the course catalog for more information regarding concentrations.

Course Number Course Title Credit Hours
ITS 30044  Advanced Database Systems* 4
ITS 33470 Routing and Switching 4
ITS 35505 Production 4
ITS 43000 Information Technology Project Management* 4

*Denotes Prerequisite

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:

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