Information Technology Concentration: On-Campus

Degree Level: Undergraduate Bachelors | Course Format: On Campus

Bethel’s new IT concentration provides students with the skills necessary to enter this ever-changing field. Taken as a part of the Management & Organizational Development program, the IT concentration allows students to take six technology courses that reflect the latest, cutting-edge information in the field. Coursework is designed for those interested in making organizations more efficient through the use of applied computer technology.

IT Concentration
Curriculum
48 credit hours. All courses are 3 credit hours unless otherwise noted.
Term 1
  • MOD 300: Introduction to Adult Learning
  • MOD 310: Issues in Management
  • MOD 350: Human Behavior in Organizations
  • MOD 420: Issues in Marketing
  • MOD 450: Ethical and Legal Environment of Organizations
 
Term 2
  • MOD 430: Business, Government, and the International Economy
  • MOD 440: Strategic Planning
  • MOD 410: Quantitative Approaches to Managerial Decision Making
  • MOD 320: Systems Approach to Organizational Change
  • CIS 307: Management Information Systems
Term 3
  • IT 4475: Management of Telecommunications
  • IT 4501: Management of Information Technology
  • IT 4511: Enterprise Information Security
  • IT 4521: Managing IT Professionals In Dynamic Organizations
  • IT 4531: Service-Oriented Architecture Concepts
Term 4
  • IT 4541: E-Business and Online Commerce
  • Electives*
  • *128 credit hours are required to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree. The balance of the credits needed after the major coursework is completed can be fulfilled with electives, previous transferred credit, and other advanced standing credit options. Contact your recruiter or advisor for details.
PROGRAM COST
Tuition for the 2015-2016 Bethel University Information Technology Concentration: On-Campus is $345 per credit hour.

Tuition Includes
  • All course fees
  • Technology
  • * Textbooks are an additional cost of $97 per course