The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Applied Information Technology builds upon com‑ puter programming skills as core requirements, and augments such proficiencies with management of information technology and communication skills. Courses in decision sciences such as operations management, statistics, and project management enhance these skills. Graduates will be ready for a variety of practical careers requiring application of computers and computing/statistical skills to managerial decision‑making. The program of study for the BIS in Applied Information Technology consists of five components: General Education Requirements (44 hours); Core Requirements (27 hours), Track Requirements (18 hours), 30 hours upon verification of the student's holding an Applied Associate Degree, and Electives (6 hours).
Please note that many majors have specific general education requirements. Please see a faculty advisor in your department if you need further clarification. You will be required to take the following courses to meet your general education and applied information technology requirements including: