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1 COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT Udvar-Hazy Business Building (435) To find faculty & staff phone numbers and addresses, please consult the University Directory Department Chair Barton Stander Faculty Professors Barton Stander, Ph.D. (Computer Science) Associate Professors Curtis Larsen, M.S. (Computer Science) Russ Ross, Ph.D. (Computer Science) Ron Woodland, M.Ed. (Visual Technology) Assistant Professors Joe Francom, Ph.D. (Computer Science) Bob Nielson, D.C.S. (Computer Science) Lecturer/Advisor Carol Stander, B.S. School of Science & Technology Dean Eric Pederson, Ph.D. Program Description Department Secretary Nikki Smith Administrative Assistant Ruth Bruckert The Computer & Information Technology (CIT) programs at DSU have the latest equipment, the best software, as well as a strong faculty who can teach students to use it well. The CIT programs prepare students for careers in illustration, web development, multimedia, digital video, systems administration, security and networking, software engineering, and computer science. The department offers students a general Computer & Information Technology degree as well as the option to focus on any of three areas: Computer Science, Information Technology, or Visual Technologies. CIT also coordinates with the Udvar-Hazy School of Business in offering two emphases within the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program: Management Information Systems and Visual Technology. In addition, students may pursue a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. The fields of Computer & Information Technology are diverse, exciting, rapidly changing, and ever expanding. The DSU programs offer students the opportunity to be challenged in small, personalized classes where they can develop your knowledge and skills to be successful. WHAT IS THE STUDY OF CIT? To to compete in a 21st century digital economy, every organization needs knowledgeable, technologically-savvy professionals. The Dixie State University CIT Department specializes in providing a state-of-the-art education in advanced computer literacy, networking, operating system, software applications, graphic design, programming, Internet and Web publishing, e-commerce, and related technology-oriented training. The Computer Information Technology (CIT) degree offers an integration of the three areas of emphasis as described below: Computer Science (CS): This emphasis offers a wide range of courses which addresses fundamental issues such as algorithm design, languages, graphics, operating systems, object-oriented methods, parallel processing, artificial intelligence, compilers, and web programming. Information Technology (IT): This emphasis offers a rigorous preparation in critical technology areas such as software/hardware systems, database structures, security, server configuration, and networking. Visual Technologies (VT): This emphasis specializes in creating interface designs for websites, preferred user experiences, interactive design, and comprehensive internet development projects. In addition, the department offers a Bachelor s of Science in Computer Science, which is the study and application of the theories and principles used to create, test, and evaluate the software applications and systems that make computers work. This rapidly evolving field reflects changes in technology as well as the changing practices of employers. Degrees & Certificates Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology Computer Science Emphasis Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology Information Technology Emphasis Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology Visual Technologies Emphasis Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Visual Technologies Certificate Integrated Studies BA/BS Emphases: Course Prefixes Computer Science Information Technology Visual Technologies CIT, CS, IT, VT CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 129

2 CIT CAREER INFORMATION CAREER STRATEGIES In addition to the required coursework in CIT, students can do the following to enhance their career opportunities: Develop strong interpersonal, communication and teamwork skills Patience and perseverance are essential for computer science professionals Obtain an internship; related experience is valuable Expect to work extended and/or irregular hours at times Prepare to learn new information on a regular basis through online discussions, classes, conferences, periodicals, and update your skills accordingly Obtain vendor-specific or networking certifications to gain a competitive edge for some positions CAREER OPPORTUNITIES* Careers will vary according to the course of study but can include: Network Engineers Database Administrators Computer Security Specialists Web Developers Computer Software Engineers Computer Security Specialists Graphic Designers Multimedia Artists Animators JOB OUTLOOK* The overall employment projections from 2010 to 2020 show CIT will increase at a significantly faster pace than the average for all occupations. SALARY RANGE* The median wage for experienced CIT professionals is between $69,000 and $77,240. *Derived from the Occupational Outlook Handbook. students for advanced degrees. Employment of computer software engineers is expected to increase by 32 percent from , which is much faster than the average for all occupations. In addition, this occupation will see a large number of new jobs, with more than 295,000 created between 2008 and Demand for computer software engineers will increase as computer networking continues to grow. For example, expanding internet technologies have spurred demand for computer software engineers who can develop Internet, intranet, and World Wide Web applications. Likewise, electronic data-processing systems in business, telecommunications, healthcare, government, and other settings continue to become more sophisticated and complex. Implementing, safeguarding, and updating computer systems and resolving problems will fuel the demand for growing numbers of systems software engineers. Some of the jobs in this area include: Computer Software engineers Computer Programmers Computer Security Specialists Web Developers JOB OUTLOOK* Computer software engineers are among the occupations projected to grow the fastest and add the most new jobs of any industry over the decade, resulting in excellent job prospects. Job prospects will be best for applicants with a bachelor s or higher degree and relevant experience. SALARY RANGE* The median wage for computer programmers and software engineers jobs is $71,380 - $90,530. *Derived from the Occupational Outlook Handbook. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS There are no course pre-requisites to declare a major in a CIT or CS program. Any student in good academic standing at the University may declare the major by submitting the Change of Major form linked from the Registrar s Office webpage. Students need to maintain frequent contact with their CIT advisor for proper academic planning. COMPUTER SCIENCE CAREER INFORMATION CAREER STRATEGIES In addition to the required coursework in computer science, students can do the following to enhance their career opportunities: Develop strong interpersonal, communication and teamwork skills. Develop patience and perseverance Obtain an internship. Related experience is helpful. Prepare to learn new information on a regular basis through online discussions, classes, conferences, periodicals, etc. ACM CLUB Dixie State College s Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Club, also known as the Computer Club, provides computer enthusiasts a place to meet, form friendships, share ideas and play computer games. The club meets every week, alternating between learning workshops (where refreshments are provided) and fun game nights. Each fall semester members participate in the A.C.M. s international programming contest. During the spring semester our club sponsors a local programming contest for students from Dixie State University and local high schools. For more information, contact Dr. Russ Ross, the club s faculty advisor. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES* The Computer Science degree at Dixie State College is designed to meet the national Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accreditation standards. The CS degree will also prepare CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

3 Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology 120 credits The Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology has three basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Core Discipline Requirements 3. Discipline Elective Requirements General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy The DSU Computer Literacy requirement is fulfilled by successfully completing the Computer Science Core Requirement courses CS 1400 and CS General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing 3 ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing 3 LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam 0 Mathematics GE course 3-5 American Institutions GE course 3 Life Sciences GE course 3-5 Physical Science GE course 3-5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course 3 Literature / Humanities GE course 3 Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course 3 Exploration GE course 3-5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives Courses 0-6 Core Discipline Requirements CS 1410 Object-Oriented Programming 3 CS 2420 Intro to Algorithms and Data Structures 3 IT 3100 Systems Design and Administration I 3 IT 3500 Electronic Commerce 3 VT 1400 Intro. to Internet Development 3 VT 2600 Creative Imaging 3 VT 3000 Internet Publishing and Design 3 VT 3100 Interactive Multimedia 3 MATH 1210 Calculus I 5 CS 4600 Senior Project 3 IT 4600 Senior Project 3 VT 4600 Senior Project 3 Discipline Elective Requirements Complete 21 credits from the following: CS 2810 Computer Organization and Architecture 3 CS 3010 Mobile Application Development 3 CS 3400 Operating Systems 3 CS 3410 Distributed Systems 3 CS 3600 Graphics Programming 3 CS 4000 Dynamic Web Development 3 CS 4010 Interactive Web Development 3 CS 4300 Artificial Intelligence 3 CS 4550 Compilers 3 CS 4990R Seminar in Computer Science 1-3 IT 3110 Systems Design and Administration II 3 IT 3200 Perl Programming 3 IT 3550 Internet/E-Commerce Marketing 3 IT 4200 Advanced Web Delivery 3 IT 4300 Database Design and Management 3 IT 4400 Network Design and Management 3 IT 4500 Information Security 3 MKTG 3010 Marketing Principles 3 VT 2800 Digital Publishing 3 VT 3200 Portfolio Preparation 3 VT 3300 Introduction to Digital Video Editing 3 VT D Visualization 3 VT 3620 Typography 3 VT 3710 Advanced Typography 3 VT 3750 Graphic Design History 3 VT 3780 Prepress & Print Production 3 VT 3800 Corporate Identity CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 131

4 VT 4000 Dynamic Web Development 3 VT 4010 Interactive Web Development 3 VT 4100 Adv Multimedia / Internet Integration 3 VT 4650 Publication Design 3 VT 4990R Seminar in Visual Technologies 1-3 NOTE: A course may only be used to fulfill one program requirement. Dual-listed courses may only be used once to fill requirements. Consult course descriptions in this catalog to verify dual-listed courses. Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 120 college-level credits (1000 and above). 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (3000 and above). 3. Complete at least 30 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency. 4. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 5. Grade C- or higher in each Core Discipline and Elective Requirement course. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year CIT 1001 FYE: Computer & Information 1 Technology ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3 Elective Any course 1 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year VT 1400 Intro to Internet Development 3 ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3 General Education Social & Behavioral Sciences 3 FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year CS 1410 Object-Oriented Programming 3 VT 2600 Creative Imaging 3 General Education American Institutions 3 General Education Life Sciences 3 CS 2420 Introduction to Algorithms and Data 3 Structures VT 3000 Internet Publishing and Design 3 General Education Fine Arts 3 General Education Physical Sciences/Lab 3/1 FALL SEMESTER, 3rd Year IT 3100 Systems Design and Administration I 3 VT 3100 Interactive Multimedia 3 General Education Literature/ Humanities 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 3rd Year FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year IT 3500 Electronic Commerce 3 General Education Exploration 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year VT or CS or IT Senior Project SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

5 Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology Computer Science Emphasis 120 credits The Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology with an emphasis in Computer Science has three basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Core Discipline Requirements 3. Discipline Elective Requirements General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education & Institutional Requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy The DSU Computer Literacy requirement is fulfilled by successfully completing the Computer Science Core Requirement courses CS 1400 and CS General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing 3 ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing 3 LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam 0 Mathematics GE course 3-5 American Institutions GE course 3 Life Sciences GE course 3-5 Physical Science GE course 3-5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course 3 Literature / Humanities GE course 3 Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course 3 Exploration GE course 3-5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives Courses 0-6 Core Discipline Requirements CS 1410 Object-Oriented Programming 3 CS 2420 Intro to Algorithms & Data Structures 3 CS 2810 Computer Org & Architecture 3 CS 3410 Distributed Systems 3 CS 3520 Programming Language 3 CS 3600 Graphics Programming 3 CS 4300 Artificial Intelligence 3 CS 4307 Database Design and Management 3 CS 4550 Compilers 3 CS 4600 Senior Project 3 MATH 1210 Calculus I 5 VT 1400 Intro. to Internet Development 3 CS 3000* Internet Publishing & Design 3 CS 4000* Dynamic Web Development 3 CS 4010 Interactive Web Development 3 Discipline Elective Requirements Complete 9 credits from the following (courses used to complete Core Discipline Requirements may not be repeated here): CS 3000* Internet Publishing & Design 3 CS 3010 Mobile Application Development 3 CS 3100 Interactive Media 3 CS 3310 Discrete Math 3 CS 3400 Operating Systems 3 CS 3510 Advanced Algorithms/Data Structures 3 CS 3530 Computational Theory 3 CS 4000* Dynamic Web Development 3 CS 4010* Interactive Web Development 3 CS 4990R Seminar in Computer Science 1-3 IT 3100 Systems Design and Administration I 3 IT 3110 Systems Design and Administration II 3 IT 3200 Perl Programming 3 IT 4200 Advanced Web Delivery 3 IT 4500 Information Security 3 MATH 1220 Calculus II 4 MATH 2210 Multivariable Calculus 3 MATH 2270 Linear Algebra 3 MATH 2280 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 MATH 3400 Probability and Statistics 3 *If not used to fulfill a core requirement. NOTE: A course may only be used to fulfill one program requirement. Dual-listed courses may only be used once to fill requirements. Consult course descriptions in this catalog to verify dual-listed courses CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 133

6 Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 120 college-level credits (1000 and above). 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (3000 and above). 3. Complete at least 30 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency. 4. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 5. Grade C- or higher in each Core Discipline and Elective Requirement course. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, COMPUTER SCIENCE EMPHASIS FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year CIT 1001 FYE: Computer & Information 1 Technology ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3 MATH 1210 Calculus I 5 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year VT 1400 Introduction to Internet Development 3 ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3 General Education Social & Behavioral Sciences 3 FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year CS 2420 Intro to Algorithms & Data Structures 3 CS 2810 Computer Organization and Architecture 3 General Education Physical Sciences/Lab 3/1 General Education Literature/Humanities 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year CS 3600 Graphics Programming 3 General Education American Institutions 3 General Education Fine Arts 3 General Education Life Sciences 3 FALL SEMESTER, 3rd Year CS 3520 Programming Language 3 CS 3410 Distributed Systems 3 CS Elective See Catalog list for course options 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 3rd Year CS 3010 Mobile Application Development 3 CS 3410 Distributed Systems 3 CS 4010 Interactive Web Development 3 General Education Exploration 3 FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year CS 4300 Artificial Intelligence 3 CS 4307 Database Design and Management 3 CS Elective See Catalog list for course options 3 General Education Global and Cultural Perspectives 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year CS 4550 Compilers 3 CS 4600 Senior Project 3 CS Elective See Catalog list for course options 3 Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology Information Technology Emphasis 120 credits The Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology with an emphasis in Information Technology has three basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Core Discipline Requirements 3. Discipline Elective Requirements General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy The DSU Computer Literacy requirement is fulfilled by successfully completing the Computer Science Core Requirement courses CS 1400 and CS CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

7 General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing 3 ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing 3 LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam 0 Mathematics GE course 3-5 American Institutions GE course 3 Life Sciences GE course 3-5 Physical Science GE course 3-5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course 3 Literature / Humanities GE course 3 Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course 3 Exploration GE course 3-5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives Courses 0-6 Core Discipline Requirements CS 2420 Intro to Algorithms and Data Structures 3 IT 3100 Systems Design and Administration I 3 IT 3110 Systems Design and Administration II 3 IT 3500 Electronic Commerce 3 IT 4200 Advanced Web Delivery 3 IT 4300 Database Design and Management 3 IT 4400 Network Design and Management 3 IT 4500 Information Security 3 IT 4600 Senior Project 3 VT 1400 Introduction to Internet Development 3 VT 2600 Creative Imaging 3 MATH 1210 Calculus I 5 Discipline Elective Requirements Complete 15 credits from the following: CJ 2500 Computer Hardware Basics 3 CJ 2700 Introduction to Digital Forensics 3 CJ 3810 Advanced Digital Forensics 3 CJ 3900 Digital Forensics Tools 3 CJ 3950 Windows Forensics 3 CJ 4250 MAC Forensics 3 CJ 4700 File System Analysis 3 CJ 4750 Small Device Forensics 3 CS 2810 Computer Organization and Architecture 3 CS 3000 Internet Publishing and Design 3 CS 3010 Mobile Application Development 3 CS 3100 Interactive Multimedia 3 CS 3400 Operating Systems 3 CS 3410 Distributed Systems 3 CS 3600 Graphics Programming 3 CS 4000 Dynamic Web Development 3 CS 4010 Interactive Web Development 3 CS 4300 Artificial Intelligence 3 CS 4550 Compilers 3 CS 4990R Seminar in Computer Science 1-3 IT 3200 Perl Programming 3 IT 3550 Internet and E-commerce Marketing 3 MKTG 3010 Marketing Principles 3 VT 2800 Digital Publishing 3 VT 3000 Internet Publishing and Design 3 VT 3100 Interactive Multimedia 3 VT 3200 Portfolio Preparation 3 VT 3800 Corporate Identity 3 VT 4000 Dynamic Web Development 3 VT 4010 Interactive Web Development 3 NOTE: A course may only be used to fulfill one program requirement. Dual-listed courses may only be used once to fill requirements. Consult course descriptions in this catalog to verify dual-listed courses. Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 120 college-level credits (1000 and above). 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits. 3. Complete at least 30 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency. 4. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 5. Grade C- or higher in each Core Discipline and Elective Requirement course CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 135

8 SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EMPHASIS FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year CIT 1001 FYE: Computer & Information 1 Technology SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year VT 1400 Introduction To Internet Development 3 ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3 General Education Social & Behavioral Sciences 3 FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year CS 2420 Introduction to Algorithms and Data 3 Structures IT 3100 Systems Design and Administration I 3 ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3 General Education Life Sciences 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year VT 2600 Computer Imaging 3 IT 3110 Systems Design and Administration 3 II General Education Physical Sciences/Lab 3/1 General Education Fine Arts 3 Elective Any Course 3 FALL SEMESTER, 3rd Year IT 3500 Electronic Commerce 3 IT 4200 Advanced Web Delivery 3 IT 4300 Database Design and Management 3 General Education Literature/Humanities 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 3rd Year IT 4400 Network Design and Management 3 IT 4500 Information Security 3 IT Elective Approved emphasis elective 3 General Education American Institutions 3 General Education Exploration 3 FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year IT Elective Approved upper-divison elective 3 IT Elective Approved upper-divison elective 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year IT 4600 Senior Project 3 IT Elective Approved upper-divison elective 3 IT Elective Approved upper-divison elective 3 Elective Any upper-division course 3 Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology Visual Technologies Emphasis 120 credits The Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology with an emphasis in Visual Technologies has three basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Core Discipline Requirements 3. Discipline Elective Requirements General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy The DSU Computer Literacy requirement is fulfilled by successfully completing the Computer Science Core Requirement courses CS 1400 and CS General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing 3 ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing 3 LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam Mathematics GE course 3-5 American Institutions GE course 3 Life Sciences GE course CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

9 Physical Science GE course 3-5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course 3 Literature / Humanities GE course 3 Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course 3 Exploration GE course 3-5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives Courses 0-6 Core Discipline Requirements IT 3500 Electronic Commerce 3 VT 1400 Introduction to Internet Development 3 VT 2600 Creative Imaging 3 VT 3000 Internet Publishing and Design 3 VT 3100 Interactive Multimedia 3 VT 3200 Portfolio Preparation 3 VT 3300 Intro. to Digital Video Editing 3 VT D Visualization 3 VT 3620 Typography 3 VT 4000 Dynamic Web Development 3 VT 4600 Senior Project 3 Discipline Electives Requirements Complete 18 credits from the following: ART 1110 Basic Drawing and Composition 3 ART 2060* Digital Photography 3 ART 3060* Digital Commercial Studio Photo 3 ART 3300R Graphic Design Problems 3 ART 4750 Package Design 3 CS 2420 Intro to Algorithms and Data Structures 3 CS 3010 Mobile Application Development 3 IT 3100 Systems Design and Administration I 3 IT 3110 Systems Design and Administration II 3 IT 3550 Internet and E-Commerce Marketing 3 IT 4200 Advanced Web Delivery 3 IT 4300 Database Design and Management 3 IT 4400 Network Design and Management 3 IT 4500 Information Security 3 MKTG 3010 Marketing Principles 3 VT 2800 Digital Publishing 3 VT D Animation 3 VT 3710 Advanced Typography 3 VT 3750 Graphic Design History 3 VT 3780 Prepress & Print Production 3 VT 3800 Corporate Identity 3 VT 4010 Interactive Web Development 3 VT 4100 Adv Multimedia/Internet Integration 3 VT 4650 Package Design 3 VT 4900R Seminar in Visual Technologies 1-3 VT 4910 Senior Graphic Design Exhibit 3 VT 4920 Visual Technology Internship 1-3 VT 4990 Seminar in Visual Technologies 1-3 NOTE: A course may only be used to fulfill one program requirement. Dual-listed courses may only be used once to fill requirements. Consult course descriptions in this catalog to verify dual-listed courses. Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 120 college-level credits (1000 and above). 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (3000 and above). 3. Complete at least 30 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency. 4. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 5. Grade C- or higher in each Core Discipline and Elective Requirement course. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, COMPUTER & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, VISUAL TECHNOLOGIES EMPHASIS FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year CIT 1001 FYE: Computer Information & 1 Technology ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3 VT 1400 Introduction to Internet Development 3 Elective Any course 1 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 137

10 ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3 VT 2600 Creative Imaging 3 General Education Life Sciences 3 FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year VT 3620 Typography 3 VT Elective Approved course 3 General Education American Institutions 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year VT 3000 Internet Publishing and Design 3 VT 3100 Interactive Multimedia 3 VT Elective Approved emphasis elective 3 General Education Fine Arts 3 FALL SEMESTER, 3rd Year VT D Visualization 3 VT Elective Approved upper-division elective 3 General Education Literature/Humanities 3 General Education Social & Behavioral Sciences 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 3rd Year VT 3300 Introduction to Digital Video Editing 3 VT Elective Approved upper-division elective 3 General Education Exploration 3 General Education Physical Sciences/Lab 3/1 FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year VT 4000 Dynamic Web Development 3 IT 3500 Electronic Commerce 3 VT Elective Approved upper-division elective 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year VT 3200 Portfolio Preparation 3 VT 4600 Senior Project 3 VT Elective Approved upper-division elective 3 Elective Any upper-division course 3 Bachelor of Science in Computer Science 120 credits The Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Technology with an emphasis in Information Technology has three basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Core Discipline Requirements 3. Discipline Elective Requirements General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy The DSU Computer Literacy requirement is fulfilled by successfully completing the Computer Science Core Requirement courses CS 1400 and CS General Education Requirements ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3 ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3 LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam 0 Mathematics GE course 3-5 American Institutions GE course 3 Life Sciences GE course 3-5 Physical Science GE course 3-5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course 3 Literature / Humanities GE course 3 Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course 3 Exploration GE course 3-5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives Courses 0-6 Computer Science Core Requirements CS 2420 Intro to Algorithms / Data Structures 3 CS 2810 Computer Organization/Architecture CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

11 CS 3005 Programming in C++ 2 CS 3510 Adv Algorithms / Data Structures 3 CS 3520 Programming Languages 3 CS 3530 Computational Theory 3 CS 3600 Graphics Programming 3 CS 4300 Artificial Intelligence 3 CS 4307 Database Design & Management 3 CS 4550 Compilers 3 CS 4600 Senior Project 3 CS 3000 Internet Publishing & Design 3 CS 4000 Dynamic Web Development 3 CS 4010 Interactive Web Development 3 CS 3400 Operating Systems 3 CS 3410 Distributed Systems 3 Math & Science Core Requirements CS 3310 Discrete Mathematics 3 MATH 1210 Calculus I 5 MATH 1220 Calculus II 4 BIOL 1610 Principles of Biology I 4 BIOL 1615 Principles of Biology I Lab 1 PHYS 2210 Physics for Scientists/Engineers I 4 PHYS 2215 Physics for Scientists/Engrs I Lab 1 Math & Science Elective Requirements Complete eight (8) credits from the following, one of which must have a MATH prefix: MATH 2210 Multivariable Calculus 3 MATH 2270 Linear Algebra 3 MATH 2280 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 MATH 3400 Probability & Statistics 3 BIOL 1620/25 Principles of Biology II / Lab 4/1 CHEM 1210/15 Principles of Chemistry I / Lab 4/1 CHEM 1220/25 Principles of Chemistry II / Lab 4/1 PHYS 2220/25 Physics Scientists/Engineers II/Lab 4/1 Computer Science Elective Requirements Complete at least nine (9) credits from the following (courses used to complete Core Discipline Requirements may not be repeated here): CS 3000* Internet Publishing & Design 3 CS 3100 Interactive Multimedia 3 CS 3400* Operating Systems 3 CS 3410* Distributed Systems 3 CS 4000* Dynamic Web Development 3 CS 4010* Interactive Web Development 3 CS 4990R Computer Science Seminar 1-3 IT 3100 Systems Design & Administration I 3 IT 3110 Systems Design & Administration II 3 IT 3200 Perl Programming 3 IT 4200 Advanced Web Delivery 3 IT 4500 Information Security 3 VT 1400 Intro to Internet Development 3 *If not used to fulfill core requirement. NOTE: A course may only be used to fulfill one program requirement. Dual-listed courses may only be used once to fill requirements. Consult course descriptions in this catalog to verify dual-listed courses. Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 120 college-level credits (1000 and above). 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (3000 and above). 3. Complete at least 30 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency. 4. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 5. Grade C- or higher in each Core Discipline and Elective Requirement course. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year CIT 1001 FYE: Computer & Information 1 Technology ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing 3 MATH 1210 Calculus I 5 General Education Fine Arts 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year BIOL 1610/1615 Principles of Biology I / Lab 4/1 ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing 3 MATH 1220 Calculus II 4 FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year (14 credits) CS 2420 Intro to Algorithms & Data 3 Structures CS 2810 Computer Organization and 3 Architecture PHYS 2210/2215 Physics for Scientists & Engineers I / Lab 4/ CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 139

12 SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year CS 3600 Graphics Programming 3 MATH Math/Science Elective 3 Math/Science See course options listed above 5 Elective Elective Any course 1 FALL SEMESTER, 3rd Year CS 3310 Discrete Math 3 CS 3520 Programming Language 3 General Education American Institutions 3 General Education Literature/Humanities 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 3rd Year CS 3510 Advanced Algorithms/Data 3 Structures CS 4550 Compilers 3 CS 4010 Interactive Web Decvelopment 3 CS Elective See course options listed above 3 General Education Social & Behavioral Sciences 3 FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year CS 4300 Artificial Intelligence 3 CS 4307 Database Design & Management 3 CS Elective See course options listed above 3 General Education Global and Cultural Perspectives 3 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year CS 3530 Computational Theory 3 CS 4600 Senior Project 3 CS Elective See course options listed above 3 Visual Technologies Certificate 30 credits General Education Requirement ENGL 1010/A Intro to Writing 3 General Requirement MATH 1010 Intermediate Algebra 4 MATH 1050 College Algebra/Pre-Calculus 4 BUS 1370 Human Relations 3 COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication 3 HUM 3030 Multicultural Studies 2 PSY 1010/A General Psychology 3 SOC 1010/A Intro to Sociology 3 SOC 1020 Social Problems 3 Core Discipline Requirements VT 1400 Intro to Internet Development 3 VT 2600 Creative Imaging 3 VT 3000 Internet Publishing & Design 3 VT 3100 Interactive Multimedia 3 Completion Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 30 college-level credits (1000 and above) 2. Complete at least 20 credits at DSU for institutional residency. 3. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 4. Minimum Grade C- or higher required on each Core Discipline course CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

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