Major requires a total of 54 credit hours. Generally, the first digit of a course number corresponds to the recommended year that students take the course. For example, INFO 1111 will typically be taken in year one, while INFO 3401 will typically be taken in year three. These are guidelines and not strict requirements, however. See individual course descriptions for specific requirements and prerequisites.
*- course has prerequisites
Three classes required: nine credit hours
All classes required: six credit hours
Five classes required: 15 credit hours
In addition to the coursework required for the major, all students in Information Science must complete a secondary area of study outside of Information Science. This can be met by any of the following:
Students are encouraged to select one of the programs of study described above. Minors are listed on the student's official transcript after graduation. In exceptional circumstances, students may apply to complete an individualized secondary area of study equal to or greater than 18 credit hours. Application for an individualized secondary area of study must be submitted and approved before the student has earned 50 credit hours.