Information Management - Project Management (T804)
Type of Award
BAS - Bachelor of Applied Science
Graduates of this program will have the knowledge and skills to
pursue managerial-level positions in an information technology/management information systems environment. Students in this program take 21 credits of upper division (junior/senior level) core courses that provide a broad applied background in finance, legal and ethical issues, communications, leadership, and project management. An additional 21 credits of upper division concentration area courses focus on coursework to prepare students for employment in specialized areas in the information technology field, such as networking and security assurance or database administration and project management.
To apply for the bachelor‘s degree program in Information Management, students must have earned an A.S. or A.A. degree and have at least a 2.0 GPA. Students who have earned a minimum of 60 credits and a 2.0 GPA but do not have an associate degree may be accepted with permission of the dean. This program requires a specific set of prerequisite courses in the computer science discipline. Please see a bachelor‘s degree advisor for more information on the specific lower-division course requirements. Please see the Admissions section of this catalog for detailed admission requirements for bachelor‘s degree programs.
Students must successfully complete all courses in the curriculum, have at least a 2.0 GPA and have earned a “C” or better in all general education courses and upper division courses. Students must also meet the foreign language requirements. Additional completion information
Total program credits: 120
The program is offered at the Lake Worth campus; most courses in the program are offered online.
For More Information
Dr. Don Gladney, firstname.lastname@example.org, (561) 868-4116
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|Courses From A.S./A.A.S. Degree||Credits: 42|
|Courses from A.A./A.A.S. degree Lower division details.||42|
|General Education Courses||Credits: 36|
|General Education Courses (Transferable)||36|
|Upper Division Common Core Courses||Credits: 21|
|BUL3130||Legal and Ethical Environment of Business||3|
|COP3530||Programming Languages and Concepts||3|
|FIN3400||Principles of Financial Management||3|
|ISM3113||Systems Analysis and Design||3|
|ISM3212||Database Management Systems||3|
|Concentration Area Required Courses||Credits: 15|
|ISM4313||Managing IT Integration||3|
|ISM4312||Project and Change Management||3|
|ISM4332||IT Project Schedule and Cost Control||3|
|MAN4520||Quality Management Control||3|
|MAN4584||Project Risk Management||3|
|Concentration Electives (select 3 credits)||Credits: 3|
|GEB4940C||Supervision and Management Internship||(3)|
|Concentration Capstone Course||Credits: 3|
|ISM4881||Capstone Experience: Project Management||3|
|Total Program Credits: 120|
|*Some courses in this concentration area are offered as hybrid courses which require on-campus attendance.|
Upon completion of this program, students may seek employment in a variety of business and organizational settings in information technology related areas for positions requiring a bachelor‘s degree for consideration.
Career Path Notes
After completion of this program, students may choose to apply for graduate study at a public or private university.
For more information about employment opportunities including job outlook and salary
Occupational Outlook Handbook: http://www.bls.gov/oco/
O-Net Online: http://online.onetcenter.org/