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Associate of Applied Business in Information Technology

- Programming and Development


Associate of Applied Business
Effective beginning Fall 2012. Students enrolled prior to Fall 2012 can continue to follow a prior years catalog in accordance with the
Colleges Catalog-in-force policies or choose to follow this updated program sequence. Recommend students run a DARS report and see a
counselor to determine the best pathway to degree completion.
SUGGESTED SEMESTER SEQUENCE
General Education Requirements
Communication (6 semester credits)
Credits
First
Credit Hours
ENG 1010
College Composition I
3
ACCT 1310
Financial Accounting
4
ENG 2151
Technical Writing
3
BADM 1020
Introduction to Business
3
Mathematics & Data Analysis (3 Semester Credits)
MATH 1410 Elementary Probability and Statistics I
Arts & Humanites/Social & Behavioral Sci/Natural &
Phys Sci (6 semester credits)
SPCH 1010 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
or
SPCH 101H Honors Fundamentals of Speech
Communication
DEGR Social & Behavioral Science/Natural
Sciences (see AAB/AAS Degree
Requirements)

Credits
3

BADM 1050
ENG 1010

Professional Success Strategy 3


College Composition I or
3

ENG 101H

Honors College Composition I 3


Information Technology
3
Concepts for Programmers
16

IT 1025
Credits
3
3
3

Second
BADM XXXX
ENG 2151
IT 1050
IT 1150

Program Requirements
ACCT 1310 Financial Accounting
BADM 1020 Introduction to Business
BADM XXXX Business Elective *

Credits
4
3
3

BADM 1050
BADM 1300
IT 1025

3
4
3

SPCH 101H

3
4
3
1
4
4
3

Summer

IT 1050
IT 2351
IT 2700
IT 2830
ITMP 2650
ITMP 2660
ITWM 1010
ITWM 2030
IT 2600
ITWM 2320
ITXX XXXX

Professional Success Strategy


Small Business Management
Information Technology Concepts for
Programmers
Programming Logic
Enterprise Database Systems
Systems Analysis and Design
Cooperative Field Experience
Java Programming
Data Structures & Algorithms
Creating Web Pages with HTML and
JavaScript
Active Server Pages or
E-Business Programming Technologies
Interactive Internet Programming
Programming Elective **

4
3
4
3-4

MATH 1410
SPCH 1010

Credit Hours
Business Elective
Technical Writing
Programming Logic
Introduction to Web
Programming
Elementary Probability and
Statistics I 1
Fundamentals of Speech
Communication or
Honors Fundamentals of
Speech Communication

3
3
3
3
18

IT 2830

Credit Hours
Cooperative Field Experience
2

1
1

Third
IT 2351
IT 2650
IT 2320
ITXX XXXX
DEGR -

Credit Hours
Enterprise Database Systems
Java Programming
Interactive Internet
Programming
Programming Elective
Social & Behavioral
Science/Natural Sciences
(see AAB/AAS Degree
Requirements)

* Select from the following for the BADM Elective:


BADM 1040 Principles and Practices of Customer
Service (3)
BADM 2010 Business Communication (3)
BADM 1121 Principles of Management and
Organizational Behavior (4)
**Select from the following for the Programming Elective:
IT 1814 Fund. of iPhone/iPad App Dev (3)
IT 2250 Excel: VBA Prog (3)
IT 2600 E-Business Prog Tech (3)
IT 2800 Special Topics: Intro to Geog.Info Systems (3)
IT 2812 iOS App Prog (3)
IT 2814 Game Prog Introd. (3)

3
3
3

4
4
4
3-4
3
18 - 19

Fourth
BADM 1300
IT 2700
IT 2600
IT 2030
IT 2660

Credit Hours
Small Business Management
Systems Analysis and Design
C
E-Business Programming
Technologies or
ASP.NET Web Programming
Data Structures & Algorithms

4
3
3
4
4

IT 2814 Game Prog Introd. (3)


IT 2815 Special Topics: Mobile App Dev (3)
ITMP 2620 Visual Basic Prog (4)
ITMP 2670 C/C++ Prog Language (4)
ITMP 2680 Visual C#.NET (4)
ITWM 2030 ASP (4)
ITWM 2806 Special Topics: JavaScript I (2)

14 - 15
Total / 67 - 69 hours
ELECTIVES
Programming Electives
Students must select from the following courses to fulfill the
programming elective requirement. Courses cannot be used for
both a requirement and elective (in the case of an "or" selection
above):
Courses
IT 1100 Fundamentals
of iOS Application
3
Development
IT 2100 iOS
Application
4
Programming
IT 2110 Android Mobile
3
App Development
IT 2600 E-Business
Programming
3
Technologies
IT 2620 Visual Basic
4
.NET Programming
IT 2670 C/C++
Programming
4
Language
IT 2680 Visual C# .NET
4
Total
1 Students who do not place into MATH-1410 on the
assessment test must take MATH-1200 as a
prerequisite for this program. MATH-2010 can be taken
in place of MATH-1410. Highly recommended for
students planning to transfer to a four year university.
MATH-1800-1820 may not be used to meet this
requirement.
2 *students who cannot complete a co-op experience
due to a fulltime work commitment can request a
waiver/substitution of another course to meet this
requirement.

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