Information Technology Courses

100% Online Accredited Degree Program

The online Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree program is designed for professionals who want to pursue IT-related careers.

Online Information Technology Courses

General Education Core Requirements (in semester hours):

To graduate from King University with a baccalaureate degree, all students must have earned a total of 30 semester hours of common experience and general education including:

Common Experience:

  • RELG 1001 Foundations of Christian Thought and Practice (4 s.h.)

General Education Experience:
Students must select at least one course from each of the following categories:

  • Citizenship (4 s.h.)
  • English Composition (4 s.h.)
  • Human Creative Products (4 s.h.)
  • Quantitative Literacy (4 s.h.)
  • Science (4 s.h.)
  • Additional General Education Hours (6 s.h.)

Core Courses Required:

Information Technology Core Course Sequence

  • ITEC 2000 Computer Concepts (4 s.h.)
  • ITEC 2020 Introduction to Programming (Prerequisite ITEC 2000) (4 s.h.)
  • ITEC 3450 Data Management (4 s.h.)
  • ITEC 3460 Systems Analysis (4 s.h.)
  • ITEC 3655 Introduction to Internet Programming (Prerequisite ITEC 2020) (4 s.h.)
  • ITEC 3710 Cloud Computing (4 s.h.)
  • ITEC 3755 Current Issues in Technology (2 s.h.)
  • ITEC 3780 Final Portfolio Presentation (2. s.h)
  • TCOM 2420 Professional Writing for Information Technology (4 s.h.)

ITEC 2700 Foundations of Information Technology is offered to students who do not have prior information technology (IT) or who desire to update current fundamental IT skills. ITEC 2700 is not required for the BSIT degree and is offered online in a 15-week format.

Degree format: 100% ONLINE

To graduate from King University, students must accumulate at least 124 semester hours (48 of which must be completed at King University).

Undergraduate Transfer Credit

Credits from previously attended colleges or universities will be evaluated based on institutional accreditation, level, content, quality, comparability and degree of program relevance and those accepted will be applied to the new degree being sought, up to a maximum of 76 semester hours.

However, the University will grant semester-hour equivalence only for transfer work with a grade of C- or better, and only work with grades of C- or better will apply toward graduation requirements. Students may submit up to 16 semester hours of prior major coursework for transfer consideration.

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