Bachelor of Science in Information and Communications Technology
This is a single degree leading to an AUPP Bachelor of Science in Information and Communications Technology. The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) program is designed to develop graduates with the ability to manage and lead the computer-based information systems. The program aligns the capabilities of information technology to business analysis and communications. Students are encouraged to sharpen their skills in Network Infrastructure and Security, Telecom, Data Science, Software Engineering, and Management Information System.
Students enhance their critical thinking, problem solving, and analytical skills with knowledge of management principles. The program is a balance of technology, management, communications, and the liberal arts.
Students will be equipped with the necessary knowledge, real-life experience, and skills to be entrepreneurs in today’s influential industries including Telecommunications, Network, and IT. Graduates are well-prepared to enter technology related careers, such as, network designer and administrator, core network engineer, radio engineer, system administrator, cyber security engineer/administrator, software developer, database administrator, web designer/developer, mobile develop, IT project manager, and Data scientist.
Bachelor of Science, Information and Communications Technology
|Program Structure||Required Total Credits (123)|
General Education Courses (Required: 31 credits)
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Core Major (Required 62 Credits)
Specialization Electives (Required: 30 credits)
Students must have 2.00 GPA in all coursework and meet the required total credits.