Computer Information Technology
The Associate of Science degree with a major in Computer Information Technology consists of 63 credits of coursework, which includes both computer and general education courses. The program design requires the student to complete all 63 hours with Indiana Wesleyan University. For those students applying to the associate degree only, transfer credits will not fulfill core requirements.
The major in Computer Information Technology at Indiana Wesleyan University is designed either to provide the graduate with a foundation for success at an entry-level position in the Information Technology field or to provide the basis for completion of a bachelor's degree.
The courses in the program relate theory to practice, but practical knowledge of the computer field is the primary objective of the computer courses in the core. Instructional methods include lectures, seminars, workshop activities, simulations, and physical manipulation of computer equipment. Each core group forms project teams to assist in the learning process. Courses are primarily three credit hours, and each course is a required component of the program (core) and should be taken in sequence.
The curriculum will be completed in the order established by Indiana Wesleyan University. Indiana Wesleyan University reserves the right to modify the curriculum as necessary.
The same courses offered in the classroom setting are also offered via the Internet. Details are available at Online-Delivery.