Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Systems Administration

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree offers a virtual hand on approach to computer science, networking, security, and administration. Students who successfully complete this degree will leave Tiffin University with applied knowledge in virtual computing, network administration, server administration, open source administration, security, and programing. This degree prepares students to successfully complete the following certifications: A+, Network+, Linux+, Security+, MCSE, CCNA, CCNP, PMP, VCP5, and HTML Certification.

Career Opportunities:

  • Programmer/Analysts
  • Systems Analysts
  • Network Technicians
  • PC Specialists
  • Web Developers/Administrators
  • Database Specialists
  • Software Engineer
  • Data Centers Manager
  • Help Desk Manager

Course Of Study:

All Bachelor of Science (BS) IT Majors fulfill their academic requirements for graduation by completing courses in the following areas.

  • Knowledge Skills and General Education Core of 49 hours
  • Total Semester hours for the Major of 48 hours
  • Open Electives/Minor of 24 hours
  • Total Semester hours for the Degree 121 hours

Information Technology Core Curriculum

Course Number Course Title Credit Hour
ITS106(w) Introduction to Information Science 3
*CIS201 Programming 3
*ITS120 Current Trends in Virtual Computing 3
*ITS215 Open Source Computing 3
CIT320 Computer Architecture and Diagnostics 3
*CIT361 Network Management and Administration 3
CIS344 Information Security 3
ITS345 Computer Law and Ethics 3
CIS315 Database Design and Applications I 3
  Total 
27

Concentration in Systems Administration

Course Number Course Title Credit Hour
CIT362 Telecommunications and Networking 3
ITS465 Wide Area Networking and Switching 3
ITS370 Server Administration 3
*ITS375(w) Open Source Security 3
*ITS430 Enterprise Administration 3
*CIS412 Project Management 3
*ITS495(w) Capstone Project 3
  Total 
21