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History

  • Policy Number: SP.04.011
  • Version: Original
  • Drafted By: Peter Smith, William Wolfe, Ivona Grzegorczyk
  • Approved By: Richard R. Rush
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Purpose

This BSIT program is specifically designed to provide an avenue of advancement for students with associates degrees in a technology discipline such as networking (e.g.: Moorpark College's Associate in Science Degree in Computer Network Systems Engineering).  This new program gives the student the opportunity to complete a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology.  The course work will provide a foundation in mathematics, programming, networking, databases, web, computer architecture and information systems. The BSIT sits between a BS in Computer Science and a BS in Management Information Systems, emphasizing the fastest growing segments of  the both: Web Systems, Databases, and  Networks.  For a foundation, the BSIT program draws from both camps: mathematics, science, and computer programming from Computer Science, and business organization and project management from Management Information Systems. From there it adds depth in Web Programming and Technology, Database Theory and Design, and Data Communications and Networking, while allowing for further depth in these or related areas such as e-Commerce, Computer Security, and Multimedia.

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Computer Science

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