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Curriculum

BSBA COURSE WORK (122 Credits)

BSBA LTU Courses

Mathematics and Science (18 credit hours)

MCS 1214

Math Analysis 1

MCS 1224

Math Analysis 2

MCS 2113

Statistics 1

 

Natural Science 1*

 

Natural Science 2*

 

Natural Science Lab*

PLEASE NOTE: Options for Natural Science 1, 2: BIO1153, BIO1221, CHM1154, FSC1214, GLG1103, PHY1154, PSC1143


English and Communication (7 credit hours)

COM 1001

University Seminar

COM 1103

English Composition

COM 2103

Technical & Professional Communication

COM 3000

Writing Proficiency Exam*

PLEASE NOTE: Students must take this exam during the first semester of their junior year


Humanities and Social Sciences (15 credit hours)

LLT 1213

World Masterpieces 1

LLT 1223

World Masterpieces 2

SSC 2413

Foundations of the American Experience

SSC 2423

Development of the American Experience

 

LLT/PSY/SSC Jr./Sr. Elective*

PLEASE NOTE: Jr/Sr elective is required and must be a 3-credit LLT/SSC/PSY course or above the 3000 level


General Electives (13 credit hours)

LDR 2001

Leadership Models and Practices

LDR 3000

Leadership Seminar Series

LDR 4000

Leadership Capstone

COM XXX3

Jr./Sr. COM Elective1

 

Elective 12

 

Elective 22

 

Elective 32

PLEASE NOTE:

1)       Select 1 course from the list of COM Electives at the end of the page. Discuss with your advisor for details.

2)       Select 1000-2000 level open elective classes, a total of 9 credit hours. Discuss with your advisor for details.

 


BSBA COM Courses

BSBA Business Core Courses


Accounting and Finance (9 credit hours)

ACC 2013

Intro to Financial Accounting

ACC 2023

Intro to Managerial Accounting

FIN 3013

Intro to Financial Management


Economics (6 credit hours)

SSC 2303

Principles of Economics

SSC 2403

Principles of Economics 2


Business and Management (30 credit hours)

MGT 2113

Intro to Business Law

MGT 2203

Principles of Management

MGT 3033

International Trade

INT 3103

Information Technology Management

MGT 3053

Business Internship

MGT 3113

Operations Management

MGT 4113

Applied Decision Analysis

MGT 4023

Simulation & Management Science

HRM 3023

Human Resource Management

MGT 3103

Project Management


Marketing and Communication (3 credit hours)

COM 2113

Speech

MKT 3013

Marketing


Capstone Course (3 credit hours)

MGT 4213

Strategic Management and Business Policy

 


COM Electives (Select 5 courses, a total of 15 credit hours)

ACC 3023

Intermediate Accounting 1: Assets

ACC 3033

Intermediate Accounting 2: Equities

ACC 3053

Individual Income Tax

ACC 4013

Accounting Information Systems

ACC 4033

Principles of Auditing

FIN 3203

Corporate Finance

FIN 3113

Investment Management

FIN 3303

International Financial Management

FIN 4013

Financial Institutions & Markets

FIN 4023

Risk Management

INT 3803

Database Design and Implementation

INT 4203

System Analysis & Design

INT 3203

Technical Infrastructure

INT 4013

Telecommunications and Networks

 

One advisor-approved IT course

MKT 4023

Digital Marketing

MKT 3213

Marketing Research

MKT 3063

Integrated Marketing Communications

MKT 4033

Entrepreneurship

MKT 4013

Consumer Behavior


BSBM Program Flow Sheet  
(for students finishing the BSBM degree)

BSBA Program Flow Sheet  
(for students starting the BSBA degree in Fall 2012 or later)
 

BSBA Program Flow Chart  
(for students starting the BSBA degree in Fall 2013 or later)

BSBA Sample 4-Year Degree Plan 
(for students starting the BSBA degree in Fall 2013 or later)

Curriculum

The Lawrence Tech Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree includes up to 27 credits of focused electives and 15 credits of general electives, allowing you to customize the degree for your desired career path. While you will design your concentration in one-on-one meetings with your academic advisor, popular concentrations include:

•             Communication -- information technology professionals who also are able to clearly communicate complex concepts to laypersons are always in demand. Students who select a concentration in communication can earn a Minor in Technical and Professional Communication

•             Computer Science -- high-skill software programming is constantly in demand. Combined with the project management and IT skills you will learn in the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program, a concentration in Computer Science can provide you with an enhanced skill set. A Minor in Computer Science can be earned through this concentration.

•             Other concentrations and minors include psychology, entrepreneurship, business, and more!

BSIT COURSE WORK (122 Credits)

BSIT LTU Courses

Mathematics and Science (18 credit hours)

MCS 1214

Math Analysis 1

MCS 1224

Math Analysis 2

MCS 2113

Statistics 1

 

Natural Science 1*

 

Natural Science 2*

 

Natural Science Lab*

PLEASE NOTE: Options for Natural Science 1, 2: BIO1153, BIO1221, CHM1154, FSC1214, GLG1103, PHY1154, PSC1143


English and Communication (7 credit hours)

COM 1001

University Seminar

COM 1103

English Composition

COM 2103

Technical & Professional Communication

COM 3000

Writing Proficiency Exam*

PLEASE NOTE: Students must take this exam during the first semester of their junior year


Humanities and Social Sciences (15 credit hours)

LLT 1213

World Masterpieces 1

LLT 1223

World Masterpieces 2

SSC 2413

Foundations of the American Experience

SSC 2423

Development of the American Experience

 

LLT/PSY/SSC Jr./Sr. Elective*

PLEASE NOTE: Jr/Sr elective is required and must be a 3-credit LLT/SSC/PSY course or above the 3000 level


Leadership and General Electives (16 credit hours)

LDR 2001

Leadership Models and Practices

LDR 3000

Leadership Seminar Series

LDR 4000

Leadership Capstone

Pre-Technology Core (13-14 credit hours)

MCS 1003

Introduction to Computer Applications

MCS 1142

Intro to C

or MCS 1623

Intro to Visual Basic

MCS 1514

Computer Science 1

MCS 2514

Computer Science 2

 

BSIT COM Courses

BSIT Business Core Courses

Technical Core (27 credit hours)

INT 3103

IT Management

INT 3203

Tech. Infrastructure

MGT 3103

Project Management

INT 3603

eBusiness Strategies

INT 3803

Database Design and Implementation

INT 4013

Telecomm & Networks

INT 4023

Exploring IT Security

INT 4203

Systems Analysis

INT 4303

IT Business Strategies

 

ICCP Examination (Mandatory)