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1 Name: UUID: 218 Brister Hall Memphis, Tennessee TN ecampus Bachelor of Professional Studies Major: Professional Studies Concentration: Information Technology The Bachelor of Professional Studies with a major in Professional Studies and a concentration in Information Technology can be gained completely online through the State of Tennessee s TN ecampus Program. The program is designed (1) to promote understanding of the nature of and fundamentals of administrative leadership in the technological fields; (2) to allow students to reflect upon national and international technological development and communication and the significant social and cultural issues raised in those contexts; and (3) to promote skills in information systems, statistical methods, formal and interpersonal communication, including team and organizational relations. Program Summary General Education Major/Concentration University College Requirements General Electives Total Minimum Hours Required Hours 36 Hours 9 Hours Hours 120 Hours* *Students must complete at least 60 hours from a 4-year institution. *Students must complete at least 45 hours of upper division credit ( ). *Students must complete at least 30 of last 60 hours through the University of Memphis. * Students must complete at least 9 graded hours in the major at the University of Memphis. Getting Your Program Started The first step towards earning your degree is to be admitted to the University of Memphis as a degree-seeking student. ( The next step is to complete the University College Declaration of Major form and be accepted into the Professional Studies major. ( Students who wish to pursue this major MUST follow the core curriculum as listed in this guideline. Schedule an appointment to meet with your University College advisor in-person or online prior to each registration period. Call (901) , or access our online appointment scheduler. (

2 Detailed Program Summary I. General Education Students must complete the hours of general education requirements as outlined in the attached general education grid. Please refer to the University General Education Program section in the Undergraduate Catalog for more information on specific classes that will meet these requirements. ( Students with majors in University College are exempt from the American Heritage general education requirements if they completed one year of American History in high school. II. Professional Core and Information Technology Concentration (36 hours) A. Administration and Supervision (Choose 1 course) PADM 3601 Public Administration TECH 4381 Principles of Supervision MGMT 3610 Principles of Mgmt. and Org. Behavior LIST 4093 Special Topics and Leadership B. Organizational Systems (Choose 1 course) PM 4120 Organizational Theory and Behavior PADM 4226 Intro to Nonprofit Organizations C. Statistical Methods (Choose 1 course) JOUR 4410 Public Relations Research SOAA 3350 Social Statistics SOCI 4510 Intro to Social Research D. Written Communications (Choose 2 courses) ENGL 3134 Computers, Writing, and Literature ENGL 3250 Professional Communication JOUR 3421 Public Relations Writing E. Team & Organizational Relations (Choose 1 course) COMM 3010 Integrated Corporate Communication COMM 4410 Conflict Negotiation and Resolution ORCO 3240 Organizational Communication F. International Context (Choose 1 course) JOUR 4712 Mass Media and Culture POLI 4350 International Law PS 3510 International Political Economy POLS 3010 Comparative Politics SPAN 3550 Latin America: Countries and People G. Information Technology Concentration 1. Management Information Systems Overview (Choose 1 course) PTMA 3020 Managing Information Tech MGMT 3220 Management of Information Systems 2. Software UNIV 4706 Managing Software Development 3. Files/Operating Systems (Choose 1 course) INFS 3700 Systems Analysis and Design COMP 3050 Programming Languages 4. Database Management (Choose 1 course) CSCI 3222 Database Management Systems UNIV 4708 Business Intelligence 5. Networks (Choose one) CSCI 4017 Introduction to Information Assurance INFS 4900 Seminar & Data Communications

3 III. College Requirements (9 hours combined from A. and B.) A. Thematic Studies (6 hours) Students complete a total of 6 hours in a University College thematic studies course(s) of their choosing. These courses are designed to broaden a student s knowledge of significant themes in social, political, and religious history. Only specifically designated courses will meet this requirement. Review a complete list of approved thematic studies courses at this site. B. Senior Project (3 hours) UNIV Senior Project The Senior Project is a culminating experience or capstone designed to synthesize and integrate the content of a student s program of study. The senior project is intended to fuse together the two or more academic areas that comprise your coordinated study (major) into an academically relevant example of scholarship. Students will complete a thesis, task based or artistic project on a topic of their choice with approval of their Senior Project instructor. ALL students majoring in this TN ecampus concentration are required to take UNIV 4995 online in their final semester. Students will be assigned to a section based on the topic they select. A minimum grade of C- is required. IV. General Electives (34-40 hours) Students must have enough lower or upper-division elective courses (34-40 hours) to reach a minimum of 120 total earned hours required for graduation. Such electives may typically be offered by any department at the University of Memphis.

4 Information Technology General Education Requirements Required Courses Course Grade Hours Semester English Composition (6 hours): ENGL 1010 English Comp I (minimum C) (3) ENGL 1020 English Comp II (minimum C) (3) Oral Communication and Rhetoric (3 hours): SPCH 1010 Fundamentals of Speech Communication (online) or COMM 2381 (on campus) Mathematics (3 hours): MATH 1130 College Algebra (3) MATH 1530 College Statistics (3) MATH 1710 Pre-calculus I (3) MATH 1830 Calculus (3) MATH 1910 Calculus I (4) Literature (3 hours) ENGL 2010 Intro to Literature Fiction (3) ENGL 2030 Experiences of Literature (3) ENGL 2110 American Literature I (3) ENGL 2120 American Literature II (3) ENGL 2410 Western World Lit I (3) ENGL 2420 Western World Lit II (3) Humanities (6 hours) ART 1030 Art Appreciation (3) MUS 1030 Music Appreciation (3) PHIL 1030 Intro to Philosophy (3) PHIL 121 Elementary Ethics (3) PHIL 201 World Religions (3) UNIV 3580 Hebrew and Greek Legacy (3) UNIV 3581 Faith, Reason and Imagination (3) American History (6 hours) University College students are exempt from American Heritage requirement ONLY if they have completed one year of American History in high school. If courses are required, see UM Degree for options to complete this requirement. Social Science (6 hours): ECON 2010 Economics I (3) ECON 2020 Economics II (3) GEOG 2010 World Regional Geography (3) POLS 1030 American Government (3) PSYC 1030 General Psychology (3) SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology (3) SOCI 1020 Social Problems (3) SOCI 1120 Cultural Anthropology (3) Natural Science (8 hours): ASTR 1030 Astronomy (4) BIOL 1010 Biology I (4) BIOL 1020 Biology II (4) CHEM 1010 Chemistry I (4) CHEM 1020 Chemistry II (4) ESC 1110 Environmental Science I (4) ESC 1120 Environmental Science II (4) PHYS 1030 Concepts of Physics (4) PSCI 1010 Survey of Physical Science I (4) PSCI 1020 Survey of Physical Science II (4) Total General Education Hours Required One year of American History documented on UMDegree OR Courses must be completed to fulfill requirement If courses are required, list them below: Refer to the UMdegree tool on your My Degree tab at my.memphis.edu or the University General Education Program section in the Undergraduate Catalog for more information on specific classes that will meet the General Education requirements. ( Consult a college advisor or faculty advisor if you have questions about transfer credit equivalencies. Remedial/developmental courses to complete: Yes If yes, list courses here: High School Deficiencies to complete: Yes If yes, list courses here No No

5 Information Technology Professional Core and Concentration Requirements (TN ecampus) Requirements Course Grade Hours Semester Professional Core (21 hours total) Major GPA (Core + Concentration) of 2.0 is required for graduation. A. Administration & Supervision (Choose 1 course) LIST 4093 Special Topics and Leadership TECH 4381 Principles of Supervision MGMT 3610 Principles of Mgmt. & Org. Behavior PADM 3601 Public Administration B. Organizational Systems (Choose 1 course) PADM 4226 Intro Nonprofit Organizations PM 4120 Organizational Theory and Behavior C. Statistical Methods (Choose 1 course) JOUR 4410 Public Relations Research SOAA 3350 Social Statistics SOCI 4510 Intro to Social Research D. Written Communication (Choose 2 courses) ENGL 3134 Computers, Writing, and Literature ENGL 3250 Professional Communication JOUR 3421 Public Relations Writing E. Team & Organizational Relations (Choose 1 course) COMM 3010 Integrated Corporate Communication COMM 4410 Conflict Negotiation and Resolution ORCO 3240 Organizational Communication F. International Context (Choose 1 course) JOUR 4712 Mass Media and Cultures POLI 4350 International Law PS 3510 International Political Economy POLS 3010 Comparative Politics SPAN 3550 Latin America: Countries and People G. Information Technology Concentration (1 course from each area, 15 hours total) 1. Management Information Systems Overview (Choose 1) PTMA 3020 Managing Information Tech MGMT 3220 Management of Information Systems 2. Software UNIV 4706 Managing Software Development 3. Files/Operating Systems (Choose 1 course) INFS 3700 Systems Analysis and Design COMP 3050 Programming Languages 4. Database Management (Choose 1 course) CSCI 3222 Database Management Systems UNIV 4708 Business Intelligence 5. Networks (Choose 1 course) CSCI 4017 Introduction to Information Assurance INFS 4900 Seminar & Data Communications Thematic Studies (6 hours total) (some offered online) UNIV 35**/45** 3 UNIV 35**/45** 3 Senior Project (3 hours total) UNIV 4995 UNIV Students must complete 45 credit hours of upper-division (3000/4000 level) courses. Maximum of 21 upper-division hours from any one discipline; all courses taught by the College of Business are considered to be the same academic discipline. Students must have an overall cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 including academic work at other colleges, a minimum University of Memphis GPA of 2.0, and a GPA of at least 2.0 in the Major Concentration.

6 Name: UUID: General Electives COURSE GRADE HOURS SEMESTER Students must have enough lower or upper-division elective courses (34-40 hours) to reach a minimum of 120 total earned hours required for graduation. Such electives may typically be offered by any department at the University of Memphis.

218 Brister Hall Memphis, Tennessee 38152 901-678-2716 www.memphis.edu/univcoll/

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