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1 Bachelor of Science Technical Management (BSTM) Dallas Metro (Irving, Ft. Worth, Oklahoma City, & Richardson) Subject to change with short notice Program Description A degree-completion program utilizing previous college coursework. The curriculum assists students with qualifying prior college experience. You must have at least 12 credit hours to enter the program. Sixteen technical specialties are offered: Accounting, Business Information Systems, Criminal Justice, Finance, General (Biomedical Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Computer Information Systems, Electronics Engineering Technology, Network & Communications Management, Network Security, and Web Development), Health Information Management, Health Services Management, Hospitality Management, Human Resource Management, Operations Management, Project Management, Sales & Marketing, Security Management, Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship, Sustainability Management, and Technical Communication, and allowing you to move toward a leadership role in many industries. You can start the program with your technical specialty undeclared, but must declared before completing more than 30 credit hours. See a Success Coach to declare a specialty. Personal degree requirements are specified in individual plans of study found in the OSS Portal. CATALOG: The Academic catalog (Printed: 07/20/11) covers the BSTM program on pages 29 through 31 and Course Descriptions on pages 75 through 82. The most current catalog can be found at Program Requirements A minimum of 122 credit hours, with at least 42 credit hours of upper division coursework ( level courses), must be successfully completed to graduate. This minimum may be exceeded due to pre-requisite coursework requirement and technical specialty selections. A minimum of 30 credit hours must be taken at DeVry. Course Distribution The degree plan is based on the following distribution of courses: Areas Minimum Hours General Education (GE) 40 Business/Management & Technology (BMT) 27 Technical Specialty (T) 30 Electives & Support (E) 25 Total 122 1

2 NOTE: All BSTM students must satisfy pre-requisites for all courses unless noted in the technical specialty. Some courses are required and may not have substitutions. Building Your Plan of Study Once you have reviewed this document and selected the courses you need to take to complete your degree, visit Student Central located in room 226 and ask to speak with a Success Coach. It is recommended that you visit again a few semesters before graduation to make sure you are completing the courses necessary for graduation. General Education (Minimum 40 Credit Hours Total) Required (21 Hours) MATH-114 Algebra for College Students 4 MATH-102 or Placement ENGL-135 Advanced Composition 4 ENGL-112 MATH-221 Statistics for Decision Making 4 MATH-114 CARD-405 Career Development 2 Upper Term/Potential Grad HUMN-432 Technology, Society & Culture 3 All General Ed. & Sr. Status BIOS-105 Fundamentals of Human Anatomy & Physiology 4 None w/ Lab BIOS-135 Foundations in Biology & Chemistry w/ Lab 4 MATH-114 BIOS-140 Biology w/ Lab 4 None CHEM-120 Introduction to General, Organic, & Biological 4 MATH-114 or MATH-190 Chemistry with Lab PHYS-216 Physics w/ Lab 4 MATH-114 or MATH-190 SCI-204 Environmental Science w/ Lab 4 MATH-114 SCI-214 Integrated Science w/ Lab 4 MATH-114 SCI-224 Astronomy w/ Lab 4 MATH-114 SCI-228 Nutrition, Health & Wellness w/ Lab 4 None GE Electives (Select At Least 19 Hours) BIOS-105 Fundamentals of Human Anatomy & Physiology 4 None w/ Lab BIOS-135 Foundations in Biology & Chemistry w/ Lab 4 MATH-114 BIOS-140 Biology w/ Lab 4 None BIOS-251 Anatomy & Physiology I w/ Lab 4 None BIOS-252 Anatomy & Physiology II w/ Lab 4 BIOS-251 BIOS-255 Anatomy & Physiology III w/ Lab 4 BIOS-252 BIOS-256 Anatomy & Physiology IV w/ Lab 4 BIOS-255 CHEM-120 Introduction to General, Organic & Biological 4 MATH-114 or MATH-190 Chemistry w/ Lab COLL-148 Critical Thinking & Problem Solving 3 None ECON-312 Principles of Economics 3 None ECON-315 Microeconomics 3 ECON-312 ENGL-112 Composition 4 None *** Course list continues on next page *** 2

3 ENGL-230 Professional Communication 3 ENGL-112 HUMN-303 Introduction to the Humanities 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-410 Contemporary History 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-412 Post-1945 History 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-415 Vietnam & the 20 th Century Experience 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-417 Emergence of the Modern Era 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-421 Studies in Literature 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-422 Film & Literature 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-424 Science Fiction 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-427 Studies in Poetry 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-428 Dramatic Literature 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-445 Principles of Ethics 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-447 Logical & Critical Thinking 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-448 Comparative Religions 3 ENGL-135 HUMN-449 Philosophy of Science 3 ENGL-135 HUMN th Century Fine Arts 3 ENGL-135 LAWS-310 Legal Environment 3 None LAWS-420 Legal & Ethical Issues 3 ENGL-135 PHYS-216 Physics w/ Lab 4 MATH-114 POLI-330/332 Political Science 4 None POLI-410 Social Movements 4 None PSYC-305/307 Motivation & Leadership 3 PSYC-110 PSYC-315 Social Psychology 3 See catalog SOCS-185 Culture & Society 3 None SOCS-187 Cross-Cultural Communication 3 None SOCS-190 Cultural Anthropology 3 None SOCS-315 Marriage & Family 3 See catalog SOCS-325 Environmental Sociology 3 ENGL-135 SOCS-335 Workplace Culture & Communication 3 See catalog SOCS-350 Cultural Diversity in the Professions 3 See catalog SOCS-410 Concepts of Diversity 3 See catalog SPCH-275 Public Speaking 3 ENGL-112 SPCH-277 Interpersonal Communication 3 ENGL-112 SPCH-279 Debate & Critical Thinking 3 ENGL-112 SPCH-282 Small Group Communication 3 ENGL-112 NOTE: Some classes available only online. Business, Management, & Technical (Minimum 27 Credit Hours Total) Required (19 Hours) BIS-155 Advanced PC Applications 3 COMP-100 BUSN-115 Introduction to Business & Tech. 3 None COMP-100 Computer Apps. for Business 2 None MGMT-303 Principles of Management 3 BUSN-115 MGMT-404 Project Management 4 MATH-221 or MATH-233, upper status BUSN-412 Business Policy (Strategic Management) 4 Upper Term Status BUSN-420 Business Law 4 Upper Term Status BUSN-427 Global Issues in Business 4 Upper Term Status MGMT-340** Business Systems Analysis 4 BIS-155 MGMT-410** Human Resource Management 4 BUSN-115 3

4 BMT Electives (Select 8 Hours) Choose carefully since some of these electives are prerequisites you may need for your technical specialty courses. NOTE: Be sure to check for prerequisites you need for your technical specialty courses before selecting BMT electives. See catalog for more information. ACCT-344 Cost Accounting 4 ACCT-212 ACCT-346 Managerial Accounting 4 ACCT-212 BIS-245 Database Essentials for Business w/ Lab 4 BIS-155 BUSN-319 Marketing 3 BUSN-115 & MATH-114 BUSN-379 Finance 3 ACCT-212 ECOM-210 Fundamentals of E-Commerce 4 BUSN-115 MGMT-340** Business Systems Analysis 4 BIS-155 MGMT-410** Human Resource Management 4 BUSN-115 ACCT-301 Essentials of Accounting 4 BUSN-115 ACCT-212* Financial Accounting 4 COMP-100 & MATH-114 * Students taking the Accounting or Finance technical specialty are required to take ACCT-212 for their BMT electives. All others can select ACCT-301. ACCT-301 is designed for non-accounting majors. Students cannot take both ACCT-301 and ACCT-212 in this program. ** Students taking the Health Information Management technical specialty are required to take MGMT-340 and MGMT-410 as these electives. NOTE: If a 3-credit hour course is selected, the Dean can adjust this requirement accordingly. If adjusted, another requirement must be over in minimum hours to compensate. BMT Electives Required for Technical Specialties Your choices may be limited by your technical specialty. The following technical specialties have specific course requirements. Accounting Required courses are ACCT-212 and ACCT-346. Business Information Systems A required course is BIS-245. Finance Required courses are ACCT-212 and BUSN-379. General Check for the courses in your specialty. 4

5 Project Management A required course is ACCT-344 or ACCT-346. Sales & Marketing / Technical Communication A required course is BUSN-319. Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship Required courses are ACCT-212 and BUSN-319. Sustainability Management Required courses are ACCT-212 and BUSN-319. Technical Communications Required course is BUSN-319. Approved Technical Specialty (Minimum 30 Credit Hours Total) Pick one of these Technical Specialties to complete. All specialties are taught online; some technical specialties and specialty courses are taught at Dallas Metro campuses. NOTE: For Technical specialties with an advanced course option listed, students can use one course from another approved technical specialty area in their program. Some course prerequisites are waived in this area. For example, NETW-410 requires prereq of NETW- 208 that is not required the Network Security technical specialty. If you are blocked from registering for a course due to not having the prereq, visit Student Central and see a Success Coach about enrolling. Accounting (30 Credit Hours) ACCT-304 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACCT-212 ACCT-305 Intermediate Accounting II 4 ACCT-304 ACCT-312 Intermediate Accounting III 4 ACCT-305 ACCT-444 Auditing 4 ACCT-312 ACCT-324 Federal Tax Accounting I 4 ACCT-212 ACCT-429* Federal Income Taxation 4 ACCT-212 ACCT-352 Business Information Systems w/ Lab 4 ACCT-212 ACCT-451* Accounting Information Systems 4 ACCT-312 ACCT-405* Advanced Accounting 4 ACCT-312 Advanced course option 3 or 4 * Taught on campus in compressed mode to meet state requirements for traditional coursework. 5

6 Educational Requirements to Sit for the Uniform CPA Examination in Texas Texas Administrative Code Title 22, Part 22, Chapter 511, Subchapter C, Rule outlines the educational requirements to sit for the CPA examination in Texas. In the pertinent part, the code requires individuals to hold a baccalaureate or higher degree from a recognized educational institution, have completed 150 credit hours, and have 30 or more semester hours of accounting courses. The accounting requirements may be met with a combination of DeVry University and Keller Graduate School of Management accounting courses. At least 15 hours of the 30 accounting credit hours must be courses taken in the traditional format; this requirement is met with DeVry University s compressed course delivery format. See DeVry University s Texas State Board of Public Accountancy educational requirements document for additional details. Note: Credits and degrees earned from DeVry University or its Keller Graduate School of Management do not automatically qualify the holder to participate in professional licensing exams to practice certain professions. Persons interested in practicing a regulated profession must contact the appropriate state regulatory agency for their field of interest. Business Information Systems (31 Credit Hours) BIS-261 Requirements Gathering & Testing w/ Lab 4 BIS-245 BIS-311 Object-Oriented Programming for Business w/ Lab 4 BIS-261 BIS-325 Principles of Web Development 4 BIS-311 BIS-345 Data Analysis for Decision-Making w/ Lab 4 BIS-245 BIS-360 Systems Implementation & Training w/ Lab 4 BIS-261 BIS-445 Business Intelligence & Data Analysis w/ Lab 4 BIS-345 & MATH-221 BIS-450 Web-Based Solutions w/ Lab 4 BIS-325 & BIS-345 Criminal Justice (30 Credit Hours) CRMJ-300 Criminal Justice 3 None CRMJ-310 Law Enforcement 3 CRMJ-300 CRMJ-315 Juvenile Justice 3 CRMJ-300 CRMJ-320 Theory & Practice of Corrections 3 CRMJ-300 CRMJ-400 Criminology 3 CRMJ-300 CRMJ-410 Criminal Law & Procedures 3 CRMJ-300 Select 3 CRMJ-415 Deviant Behavior 3 CRMJ-300 CRMJ-420 Criminal Investigation 3 CRMJ-400 CRMJ-425 Ethics & Criminal Justice 3 CRMJ-300 CRMJ-430 Crime Scene Investigation 3 CRMJ-310 CRMJ-450 Terrorism Investigation 3 CRMJ-310 6

7 Finance (30 Credit Hours) ACCT-304 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACCT-212 BUSN-278 Budgeting & Forecasting 4 ACCT-212 FIN-382 Financial Statement Analysis 4 BUSN-379 Advanced course option 3 or 4 Select 3 ACCT-429 Federal Income Taxation 4 ACCT-212 FIN-351 Investment Fundamentals. & Security Analysis 4 BUSN-379 FIN-364 Money & Banking 4 BUSN-379 FIN-385 Fixed Income Securities & Credit Analysis 4 BUSN-379 FIN-417 Real Estate Finance 4 BUSN-379 FIN-426 Risk Management & Insurance 4 BUSN-379 FIN-463 International Financial Management 4 BUSN-379 General Students seeking a general technical specialty of courses may consider the Biomedical Engineering Technology, Computer Information Systems, Electronics Engineering Technology, Network & Communications Management, Network Security, and Web Development options listed in this document. Associate degree coursework or Game and Simulation Programming courses cannot be used in this technical specialty. Alternatively, students can meet with an Academic Dean for another option, based on their career desires. NOTE: The General choice selected will not appear on the degree or transcript as the major. The transcript will indicate General Technical Specialty as the major. General Biomedical Engineering Technology (51 Credit Hours) MATH-190** Pre-Calculus 4 MATH-114 ECET-100* Introduction to Electronics & Computer Engineering 4 MATH-104 or MATH-190 Placement Technology w/ Lab ECET-110* Electronic Circuits & Devices 1 w/ Lab 4 ECET-100 & MATH-190 ECET-210* Electronic Circuits & Devices 2 w/ Lab 4 ECET-110 ECET-375* Data Communications & Networking w/ Lab 4 ECET-330 BIOS-160 Human Anatomy Physiology 1 w/ Lab 4 BIOS-140 MATH-260 Applied Calculus 1 4 MATH-190 MATH-270 Applied Calculus 2 4 MATH-260 BMET-312 Introduction to Bioengineering w/ Lab 4 BIOS-160, ECET-210, & MATH-270 BMET-322 Biomedical Instrumentation Systems w/ Lab 4 BMET-312 BMET-436 Telemedicine & Medical Informatics w/ Lab 4 BMET-322 BMET-452 Advanced Topics in Biomedical Engineering 4 BMET-322 * ** Not required if student has an associate degree in electronics or equivalent. Not required if student has had college algebra or equivalent. 7

8 General Computer Engineering Technology (47 Credit Hours) MATH-190** Pre-Calculus 4 MATH-114 ECET-100* Introduction to Electronics & Computer Engineering 4 MATH-104 or MATH-190 Placement Technology w/ Lab ECET-110* Electronic Circuits & Devices 1 w/ Lab 4 ECET-100 & MATH-190 ECET-210* Electronic Circuits & Devices 2 w/ Lab 4 ECET-110 COMP-122 Structured Programming w/ Lab 4 ECET-100 COMP-328 UNIX Programming w/ Lab 4 COMP-122 ECET-230 Digital Circuits & Systems w/ Lab 4 COMP-122 & ECET-110 ECET-330 Microprocessor Architecture w/ Lab 4 ECET-230 ECET-370 Data Structures & Algorithms w/ Lab 4 COMP-328 ECET-360 Operating Systems w/ Lab 4 ECET-370 ECET-450 Database System Design w/ Lab 4 MATH-221 & ECET-370 * ** Not required if student has an associate degree in electronics or equivalent. Not required if student has had college algebra or equivalent. General Computer Information Systems Students seeking a CIS track of courses for their general technical specialty may consider Database Management, Enterprise Computing, Health Information Systems, Information Systems Security, Systems Analysis & Integration, and Web Game Programming choices. The Web Development & Administration track is not available; see the Web Development technical specialty for an alternative. Also, the Business/Management, Computer Forensics, and Flex-Option tracks are not available. Or, students can meet with the Dean, College of Engineering & Information Sciences for another option based on their career desires. If the choice has required electives, the courses listed are required for the technical specialty, but are placed in the Electives & Support area. If the Electives & Support area is full without these required courses, they will be added to the Electives & Support area and the requirement hours increased to accommodate the additional courses. Database Management (30 Credit Hours) DBM-405 Advanced Database w/ Lab 4 CIS-336 DBM-438 Database Administration w/ Lab 4 DBM-405 DBM-449 Advanced Topics in Database w/ Lab 4 DBM-438 SEC-340 Business Continuity 4 CIS-336 & SEC-280 SEC-360 Data Privacy & Security 4 CIS-336 & SEC-280 CIS-321 Structured Analysis & Design 3 CIS-170 CIS-336 Introduction to Database w/ Lab 4 CIS-321 Required Database Management Electives (7 Hours) CIS-170 Programming w/ Lab 4 CIS-115 & COMP-100 SEC-280 Principles of Information Security 3 COMP-129 8

9 Enterprise Computing (34 Credit Hours) DBM-405 Advanced Database w/ Lab 4 CIS-336 ESYS-306 Enterprise System Arch. & Administration w/ Lab 4 CIS-206 ESYS-410 Enterprise System Application Dev. I w/ Lab 4 CIS-407B & ESYS-306 ESYS-430 Enterprise System Application Dev. II w/ Lab 4 CIS-355B & ESYS-410 CIS-336 Introduction to Database w/ Lab 4 CIS-321 CIS-321 Structured Analysis & Design 3 CIS-170 CIS-407 Web Application Development w/ Lab 4 CIS-336 & CIS-363 CIS-355 Business Application Programming w/ Lab 4 CIS-247 & CIS-336 CIS-363 Web Interface Design w/ Lab 4 CIS-247 Required Enterprise Computing Electives (12 Hours) CIS-170 Programming w/ Lab 4 CIS-115 & COMP-100 CIS-206 Architecture & Operating Systems w/ Lab 4 COMP-100 CIS-247 Object-Oriented Programming w/ Lab 4 CIS-170 Health Information Systems (31 Credit Hours) DBM-405 Advanced Database w/ Lab 4 CIS-336 HIS-410 Health Information Systems I 3 SEC-360 HIS-420 Health Information Systems II 3 HIS-410 SAI-460 Organizational Process Analysis 4 CIS-321 SEC-280 Principles of Information Security 3 COMP-129 SEC-360 Data Privacy & Security 4 CIS-336 & SEC-280 CIS-336 Introduction to Database w/ Lab 4 CIS-321 CIS-321 Structured Analysis & Design 3 CIS-170 Required Health Information Systems Electives (4 Hours) CIS-170 Programming w/ Lab 4 CIS-115 & COMP-100 Information Systems Security (30 Credit Hours) SEC-340 Business Continuity 4 CIS-336 & SEC-280 SEC-360 Data Privacy & Security 4 CIS-336 & SEC-280 SEC-370 Web Security 4 CIS-407A & SEC-280 SEC-440 Information Systems Security Planning & Audit 4 CIS-355A & SEC-280 CIS-170 Programming w/ Lab 4 CIS-115 & COMP-100 CIS-321 Structured Analysis & Design 3 CIS-170 CIS-336 Introduction to Database w/ Lab 4 CIS-321 Required Information Systems Security Electives (3 Hours) SEC-280 Principles of Information Security 3 COMP-129 9

10 Systems Analysis & Integration (33 Credit Hours) SAI-430 System Integration w/ Lab 4 CIS-355 SAI-440 Advanced Topics in Enterprise Analysis 4 CIS-339 SAI-460 Organizational Process Analysis 4 CIS-321 CIS-355 Business Application Programming w/ Lab 4 CIS-247 & CIS-336 CIS-339 Object-Oriented Analysis & Design 3 CIS-247 & CIS-321 CIS-321 Structured Analysis & Design 3 CIS-170 CIS-336 Introduction to Database w/ Lab 4 CIS-321 SEC-340 Business Continuity 4 CIS-336 & SEC-280 Required Systems Analysis & Integration Electives (11 Hours) CIS-170 Programming w/ Lab 4 CIS-115 & COMP-100 CIS-247 Object-Oriented Programming w/ Lab 4 CIS-170 SEC-280 Principles of Information Security 3 COMP-129 Web Game Programming (31 Credit Hours) WBG-340 Programming Multimedia for the Web w/ Lab 4 CIS-363A or CIS-363B WBG-370 Game Development w/ Lab 4 CIS-363A or CIS-363B WBG-410 Dynamic Web Site Development & Database 4 WBG-340 Integration w/ Lab WBG-450 Multiplayer Online Game Development w/ Lab 4 WBG-370 CIS-336 Introduction to Database w/ Lab 4 CIS-321 WEB-375 Web Architecture w/ Lab 4 CIS-246 SEC-370 Web Security 4 CIS-407A & SEC-280 Required Web Game Programming Electives (11 Hours) CIS-246 Object-Oriented Programming w/ Lab 4 CIS-170 SEC-280 Principles of Information Security 3 COMP-129 General Electronics Engineering Technology Students seeking an EET choice of courses may consider the Digital Systems & Electronic Design or the Digital System & Programming options. Or, can meet with an Academic Dean for another option based on their career desires. Digital Systems & Electronic Design (47 Credit Hours) MATH-190** Pre-Calculus 4 MATH-114 ECET-100* Introduction to Electronics & Computer Engineering 4 MATH-104 or MATH-190 Placement Technology w/ Lab ECET-110* Electronic Circuits & Devices 1 w/ Lab 4 ECET-100 & MATH-190 ECET-210* Electronic Circuits & Devices 2 w/ Lab 4 ECET-110 *** Course list continues on next page *** 10

11 ECET-220 Electronic Circuits & Devices 3 w/ Lab 4 ECET-210 ECET-230 Digital Circuits & Systems w/ Lab 4 COMP-122 & ECET-110 ECET-330 Microprocessor Architecture w/ Lab 4 ECET-230 ECET-340 Microprocessor Interfacing w/ Lab 4 ECET-230 ECET-310 Communications Systems w/ Lab 4 ECET-220 ECET-365 Embedded Microprocessor Systems w/ Lab 4 ECET-340 ECET-375 Data Communications & Networking 4 ECET-330 Digital Systems & Programming (47 Credit Hours) MATH-190** Pre-Calculus 4 MATH-114 ECET-100* Introduction to Electronics & Computer Engineering 4 MATH-104 or MATH-190 Placement Technology w/ Lab ECET-110* Electronic Circuits & Devices 1 w/ Lab 4 ECET-100 & MATH-190 ECET-210* Electronic Circuits & Devices 2 w/ Lab 4 ECET-110 COMP-122 Structured Programming w/ Lab 4 ECET-100 COMP-328 UNIX Programming w/ Lab 4 COMP-122 ECET-230 Digital Circuits & Systems w/ Lab 4 COMP-122 & ECET-110 ECET-330 Microprocessor Architecture w/ Lab 4 ECET-230 ECET-340 Microprocessor Interfacing w/ Lab 4 ECET-230 ECET-365 Embedded Microprocessor Systems w/ Lab 4 ECET-340 ECET-375 Data Communications & Networking 4 ECET-330 * ** Not required if student has an associate degree in electronics or equivalent. Not required if student has had college algebra or equivalent. General Network & Communications Management (30 Credit Hours) BIS-311 Object-Oriented Programming for Business w/ Lab 4 BIS-261 NETW-204/5 Introduction to Routing 3 NETW-202/3 NETW-230/NETW-240 Network Operating Systems 3 NETW204/5 & COMP-230 NETW-310 Wired, Optical & Wireless Communications 3 NETW204/5 NETW-360 Wireless Technologies & Services 3 NETW-310 NETW-410 Enterprise Network Design 4 NETW-230 or NETW-240 NETW-420 Enterprise Network Management w/ Lab 4 MATH-221 & NETW-410 MGMT-408 Management of Technology Resources 3 ACCT-301 & MGMT-303 Required NCM Electives (9 Hours) COMP-129 PC Hardware & Software 3 None NETW-202/3 Introduction to Networking 3 None SEC-280 Principles of Information Security 3 COMP

12 General Network Security (31 Credit Hours) NETW-202/3 Introduction to Networking 3 None NETW-204/5 Introduction to Routing 3 NETW202/3 NETW-230/NETW-240 Network Operating Systems 4 NETW204/5 & COMP-230 SEC-280 Principles of Information Security 3 COMP-129 NETW-410 Enterprise Network Design 4 NETW-230 or NETW-240 NETW-420 Enterprise Network Management 4 MATH-221 & NETW-410 SEC-450 Advanced Network Security 3 NETW-420 SMT-310 Principles & Theory of Security Management 4 BUSN-115 General Web Development (31 Credit Hours) BIS-245 DB Essentials for Decision Making 4 BIS-155 & BUSN-115 BIS-311 Object-Oriented Programming for Business w/ Lab 4 BIS-261 BIS-325 Principles of Web Development 4 BIS-311 BIS-345 Data Analysis for Decision-Making w/ Lab 4 BIS-245 ECOM-340 Internet Marketing 4 BUSN-319 WEB-320 Principles of E-Commerce 4 BUSN-115 SMT-310 Principles & Theory of Security Mgmt. 4 BUSN-115 Health Information Management (30 Credit Hours) For this technical specialty, students must have our Associate degree in Health Information Technology or its equivalent in a health information area, from an approved institution. Also, they must be assigned to the online campus as their home location. HIM-335 Health Information System & Networks w/ Lab 3 HIT-270 HIM-355 Advanced Classification Systems & Management 3 HIT-270 w/ Lab HIM-370 Health Care Data Security & Privacy 3 HIT-270 HIM-410 Health Information Financial Management 3 HIT-270 HIM-420 Health Care Total Quality Management 4 MATH-325 HIM-435 Management of Health Information Functions & 4 HIT-270 Services HIM-460 Health Information Management Practicum 3 All specialty courses MATH-325 Health Care Statistics & Research 4 HIT-270 & MATH-221 Health Services Management (30 Credit Hours) HSM-310 Introduction to Health Services Systems 4 BUSN-115 HSM-320 Health Rights & Responsibilities 4 HSM-310 HSM-330 Health Services Information Systems w/lab 4 COMP-100 & HSM-310 HSM-340 Health Care Services 4 HSM-310 HSM-410 Healthcare Policy 4 HSM-310 HSM-420 Managed Care & Health Insurance 4 HSM

13 HSM-430 Planning & Marketing for Health Services Organ. 4 HSM-310 & BUSN-319 Advanced course option 3 or 4 Hospitality Management (30 Credit Hours) HMT-310 Introduction to Hospitality Management 4 BUSN-115 HMT-320 Foundations of Hotel Management 4 HMT-310 HMT-330 Meetings & Events Management 4 HMT-310 HMT-410 Restaurant Management 4 HMT-310 HMT-420 Food Safety & Sanitation 4 HMT-310 HMT-450 Tourism Management 4 HMT-310 HMT-440 Casino Management 4 HMT-310 Advanced course option 3 or 4 Human Resource Management (30 Credit Hours) MGMT-410 Human Resource Management 4 BUSN-115 HRM-320 Employment Law 4 BUSN-115 HRM-340 Human Resource Information Systems 4 COMP-100 & MGMT-410 HRM-410 Strategic Staffing 4 MGMT-410 HRM-420 Training & Development 4 MGMT-410 HRM-430 Compensation & Benefits 4 MGMT-410 HRM-330 Labor Relations 4 BUSN-115 Advanced course option 3 or 4 Operations Management (31 Credit Hours) BSOP-326 Total Quality Management 4 MATH-221 BSOP-330 Master Planning 4 BSOP-206 BSOP-334 Materials Resource Planning & Capacity Resource 4 BSOP-330 Planning w/lab BSOP-429 Production Activity Control & JIT w/lab 4 BSOP-334 BSOP-434 Logistics w/lab 4 BSOP-429 Advanced course option 4 BSOP-209 Operations Analysis 4 BSOP-206 MGMT-340 Business Systems Analysis 4 BIS-150/155 Required Operations Management Elective (4 Hours) BSOP-206 Operations Analysis 4 BUSN

14 Project Management (30 Credit Hours) BSOP-326 Total Quality Management 4 MATH-221 ACCT-434 Advanced Cost Management 4 ACCT-344 or ACCT-346 MGMT-340 Business Systems Analysis 4 BIS-150/155 PROJ-410 Contracts & Procurement 4 MGMT-404 PROJ-420 Project Risk Management 4 MGMT-404 PROJ-430 Advanced Project Management 4 ACCT-434 & PROJ-420 PROJ-330 Human Resources & Communication 4 MGMT-303 Advanced course option 3 or 4 Sales & Marketing (30 Credit Hours) SBE-330 Creativity, Innovation, & New Product Development 4 BUSN-319 MKTG-310 Consumer Behavior 4 BUSN-319 MKTG-320 Market Research 4 BUSN-319 MKTG-410 Advertising & Public Relations 4 BUSN-319 MKTG-420 Salesmanship 4 BUSN-319 MKTG-430 International Marketing 4 BUSN-319 ECOM-340 Internet Marketing 4 BUSN-319 Advanced course option 3 or 4 Security Management (30 Credit Hours) SMT-310 Principles & Theory of Security Mgmt. 4 BUSN-115 SMT-320 Risk Analysis, Loss Prevention & Emergency Plan. 4 SMT-310 SMT-330 Security Administration 4 SMT-310 SMT-410 Physical Security & Access Control 4 SMT-310 SMT-415 Introduction to Information Security 4 SMT-310 SMT-420 Evaluation of Security Programs 4 SMT-310 Advanced course option 3 or 4 Small Business Mgmt. & Entrepreneurship (31 Credit Hours) BUSN-258 Customer Relations 4 BUSN-115 BUSN-278 Budgeting & Forecasting 4 ACCT-212 SBE-310 Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship 4 BUSN-115 SBE-330 Creativity, Innovation & New Product Development 4 BUSN-319 SBE-420 Operational Issues in Small Business Management 4 BUSN-319 SBE-430 E-Commerce for Small Business 4 BUSN-319 MGMT-410 Human Resource Management 4 BUSN

15 Sustainability Management (31 Credit Hours) ECON-410 Environmental Economics 4 SOCS-325 MKTG-440 Sustainability Marketing 4 SOCS-325 & BUSN-319 SOCS-325 Environmental Sociology 4 ENGL-135 SUST-310 Renewable Energy: Science, Technology, & Mgmt. 4 None SUST-320 Sustainability Management & Administration 4 ACCT-212 SUST-410 Sustainability Operations 4 SUST-320 BSOP-326 Total Quality Management 4 MATH-221 BUSN-412 Business Policy (Strategic Management) 4 Upper Term Status BUSN-420 Business Law 4 Upper Term Status BUSN-427 Global Issues in Business 4 Upper Term Status SBE-330 Creativity, Innovation, & New Product Dev. 4 BUSN-319 Technical Communication (31 Credit Hours) TC-220 Rhetorical Strategies for Technical Communication 4 ENGL-135 TC-310 Document Design 4 ENGL-135 TC-320 Advanced Technical Writing & Editing 4 ENGL-227 TC-360 Visual Design 4 TC-310 TC-420 Marketing & Corporate Communications 4 BUSN-319 & TC-220 TC-440 Web Design 4 TC-310 TC-430 Proposal & Grant Writing 4 TC-320 TC-450 Scientific & Medical Writing 4 TC-320 NOTE: Some concentrations do not include all upper term ( ) courses; therefore not all of the courses can be counted toward the minimum 42 credit hours. If you choose one of these options you must take additional upper term ( ) courses to complete the 42 credit hour requirement. Approved Electives & Support (Minimum 25 Credit Hours Total) Electives are chosen through academic advising to include courses substantially different from those used in other areas. They may be selected from courses offered as part of another DeVry degree program, provided prerequisites are satisfied, or a waiver is approved by an Academic Dean. Qualifying prior college coursework not meeting other program requirements may be applied toward the elective hours. Course Prerequisite Sequences Many courses leading to and in your major have prerequisites where a sequence of courses must be taken in a specific order. These sequences of courses are typically scheduled in this order. Here are the prerequisite sequences for the majors. 15

16 NOTE: The highlighted courses are required. All other courses have other choices in the program. See the Approved Technical Specialty area for details. Accounting Take the accounting courses in these sequences: Business Information Systems Take the business information systems courses in these sequences: Criminal Justice Take the criminal justice courses in these sequences: Finance Take the finance courses in these sequences: General For the general technical specialty, check the specific courses in the sequence for the desired specialty. 16

17 Health Information Management Take the health information management courses in these sequences: Health Services Management Take the health services management courses in these sequences: Hospitality Management Take the hospitality management courses in these sequences: 17

18 Human Resource Management Take the human resource management courses in this sequence: Operations Management Take the operations management courses in these sequences: Project Management Take the project management courses in these sequences: 18

19 Sales & Marketing Take the sales and marketing courses in this sequence: Security Management Take the security management courses in this sequence: Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship Take the small business management and entrepreneurship courses in these sequences: 19

20 Sustainability Management Take the sustainability management courses in these sequences: Technical Communication Take the Technical Communication courses in these sequences: 20

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