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Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Commerce (BComm)
Program Website: ryerson.ca/itm
Administered by: Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management
Program Format: Full-time, four-year program.
Full-time, five-year co-op program.
Part-time, first-year entry program.
Full-time and part-time, third-year direct entry.
Full-time and part-time, degree completion.

The Business Technology Management (BTM) program provides students with the analytical and problem solving capacities to develop business solutions that leverage Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Our graduates help drive business strategies using ICT solutions, making the program a leading contributor to Canada’s ICT economy.

Admission Information - Full-Time, Four-Year Program

O.S.S.D. with six Grade 12 U/M courses including Grade 12 U courses in: English and Mathematics (one of Grade 12 U Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U), Advanced Functions (MHF4U) or Mathematics of Data Management (MDM4U)).

NOTES:

  1. ENG4U/EAE4U is the preferred English.
  2. Grade 12 U Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) is the preferred Mathematics course.
  3. The grade(s) required in the subject prerequisites (normally in the 70% range or higher) will be determined subject to competition.
  4. Students wishing to be considered for the co-operative program must apply for this upon completion of the first year of the program. See Co-operative Program (Optional) for details.
  5. Subject to competition, candidates may be required to present averages/grades above the minimum.
Admission Information - Part-Time, First-Year Entry Program

All applicants to the program must have the following qualifications: A or B or C.

A. O.S.S.D. with six Grade 12 U/M courses including Grade 12 U courses in: English and Mathematics (one of Grade 12 U Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U), Advanced Functions (MHF4U) or Mathematics of Data Management (MDM4U)).

OR

B. Ability to meet Ryerson's Mature Student guidelines.

OR

C. Mature students who have a Grade 12 U or OAC course in English (or equivalent), but do not meet the Mathematics (or equivalent) prerequisite, must complete at least one Ryerson Certificate with a grade point average of 2.00 ('C') in Information Systems Management, or Enterprise Architecture & Infrastructure Management (formerly Telecommunications Management) or the equivalent in individual courses from other post-secondary institutions.

NOTES:
  1. ENG4U/EAE4U is the preferred English.
  2. Grade 12 U Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) is the preferred Mathematics course.
  3. The grade(s) required in the subject prerequisites (normally in the 70 percent range or higher) will be determined subject to competition.
  4. Subject to competition, candidates may be required to present averages/grades above the minimum.
  5. Students are only admitted once each year in the fall term.
Admission Procedures

Applicants must submit the following, in addition to the online Ryerson Application and Supplementary Form, to Undergraduate Admissions.

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  1. A brief resume outlining employment timelines. Employers may be contacted for verification of documents.
  2. Academic transcripts of secondary and post-secondary (if applicable) studies, including promotion/graduation status.  
Admission Information - Full-Time and Part-Time Degree Completion and Third Year Direct Entry Programs

The Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management will accept graduates of approved three-year Advanced Diploma programs with a specialization in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) from a public Ontario College to the third year of the program. Students must complete all course requirements in third and fourth year AND up to eight (8) single-term prescribed first and second year reachback courses depending on previous academic preparation. Due to the accelerated nature of the degree program, students may have difficulties accessing some courses due to prerequisites. Students may consider enrolling in one (1) or two (2) reachback courses during the Spring/Summer semesters. Please contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management to obtain information on course planning.

Admission Guidelines
  • An approved three-year Advanced Diploma with a specialization in ICT from a public Ontario College
  • A cumulative average of 3.0 (‘B’) or higher is required for admission consideration.
  • Subject to competition and space limitation, a higher grade point average may be required.

The Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management will accept graduates of approved three-year Business Administration Advanced Diploma programs from a public Ontario College. Students may complete the degree by completing twenty (20) single-term courses. Due to the accelerated nature of the degree program, students may have difficulties accessing some courses due to prerequisites. Plan courses carefully before degree entry. One may consider taking some required courses during the Spring/Summer regular semesters. Please contact the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management to obtain information on course planning.

Admission Guidelines
  • An approved three-year Ontario Advanced Diploma in Business Administration from a public Ontario College
  • A cumulative average of 3.00 ('B') or higher is required for admission consideration.
  • Subject to competition and space limitation, a higher grade point average may be required.
Program Overview/Curriculum Information

Information & Communication Technology (ICT) is crucial to the innovation and productivity of every industry, including energy, health care, life sciences, media and culture, publishing, advertising, natural resources, financial services, construction, retail or education. It is a critical tool for every level of government. It impacts the daily lives of every Canadian. ICT is an essential contributor to the creativity, innovation, customer satisfaction, productivity, safety, and competitive advantage of Canadian businesses.

For these reasons, demand for ICT-based solutions are projected to continue outpacing overall economic growth. This means a continued above-average demand for workers. However the nature of these jobs is changing. The popular image of an ICT worker as some sort of "nerdy" technologist is outdated and does not reflect today's reality. Canadian ICT industry leaders project that almost half of the future jobs demands in ICT will be for people who combine two sets of competencies such that they are:

  • Business professionals who have the knowledge, skills and personal qualities to lead and support the effective, competitive use of information technologies; and
  • Specialized technologists - IT-focused and/or multidisciplinary - who operate at the leading edge of innovation in every field.

The Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management is a leader in providing a degree that meets this need and, in 2010, it began offering Canada's newest and world-leading ICT degree - The Bachelor of Commerce in Business Technology Management. This degree has been developed with the close participation of Canada's leading employers and provides students with the education - the knowledge, skills and experience - that sets them up for success in their careers in this exciting field.

Students build their knowledge and skills on two foundations. They study the core business disciplines, such as marketing, operations, accounting, finance, human resources, and law. They receive a solid grounding in the world of ICT in subjects such as systems analysis and design, ICT architecture and infrastructure, and privacy and security. In their senior years, students integrate the knowledge from these two foundations to learn how ICT can make a difference in every business studying the strategic application of ICT, the role of ICT in activities such as supply chain, sales and customer relations. They learn about project management and the integration of ICT into business.

In addition to providing a broad and deep understanding of both business and ICT, the program also has an emphasis on building personal and interpersonal skills and on providing students with real-life work experience, with case competitions, in-depth consulting projects with real clients and employment opportunities in the field, including internships, part-time work practica and an optional Co-op program. In addition, students have access to a wide range of Minors, including Marketing, Accounting, Finance, Law, and Human Resources.

BTM graduates will learn how to analyze business needs, design appropriate technology-based processes and solutions, and communicate these effectively. They will learn to lead work-based teams, participate effectively in projects and understand best practices of organizational change. They will develop skills in interpersonal communications, collaboration, and leadership. Graduates will be ready for high demand jobs in business analysis, project management, sales, consulting, customer and supplier management, and marketing support.

Through the student International exchange program, opportunities are available for students to spend a semester studying abroad. International experience gained in this way gives undergraduates a significant advantage in the competitive global economy. The school's international partners include universities in England, Holland, Italy, Scotland, France, Germany, Austria, Denmark, and Australia.

The graduate of this program is a hybrid business and ICT specialist who can define business objectives clearly, identify technology options to meet those needs, develop appropriate systems, implement and manage them.

Typical employment areas include both profit and nonprofit organizations, which use information systems as well as large and small information technology, telecommunications, and multimedia product and service providers. Some typical job titles of the graduates of the program include:

  • Business Analyst
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Systems Architect
  • ICT Product & Service Sales
  • Project Leader/Manager
  • eBusiness Analyst
  • Information Systems Consultant
  • Telecommunications Analyst
  • Management Consultant
  • Systems Integrator
  • Database Analyst/Administrator
  • User Support Specialist
  • Network Administrator
  • Business & ICT Educator/Trainer

Graduates of the program can also further their education through teachers college, law school or graduate studies such as an MBA, MMSc, MSc, or MA. For more information about Graduate Studies, visit http://www.ryerson.ca/mba. The program is supported by a wide range of facilities to provide students with the essential hands-on and experience required.

Students may apply for transfer credit, after admission to the program, through the Office of Curriculum Advising, enclosing officially certified transcripts and course descriptions/teaching outlines. (See also sections on Transfer Credit and on Admission with Advanced Standing and Admission from other Post-Secondary Institutions.)

Course Identification

Part-time degree courses are administered by the program department and most are delivered by The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education. The mode of delivery is not reflected in this calendar. Continuing education courses are listed in your enrolment information package and are identified by with a "C" prefix (e.g., CACC100). These identifiers are for internal use only and do not affect the equivalency.

Course Offerings

The School plans to offer all required courses and most courses from the Tables over the next academic year. Course offerings are dependent upon sufficient enrolment. Check The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education Calendar for days and times of course offerings.

Part-Time Degree Requirements and Completion Times

Students admitted to the regular degree program must complete their degree requirements in 14 years. Students approved to the public Ontario College undergraduate program must complete their degree requirements in eight years.

For further details on the part-time Business Technology Management program, please contact:

Gloria Allen, Part Time Degree Co-ordinator, Student Affairs, Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management (416) 979-5000, ext. 7128

Students must take three lower level liberal studies courses and three upper level liberal studies courses to graduate. Students must not choose courses that are restricted for their program or major.

Liberal studies - For Public Ontario College Graduates: Students must take three upper level liberal studies courses to graduate. Students must not choose courses that are restricted for their program or major.

Table A Restrictions

ECN 110, ECN 210, ITM 277 and PHL 214 are not available for credit.

Table B Restrictions

GEO 609 and SOC 880 are not available for credit.

Students may pursue any Minor offered by Ryerson (with some exceptions). Please refer to the Minors chapter of this calendar for further information on individual Minor requirements and exclusions.

Undergraduate students wishing to pursue a continuing education certificate program should be aware of possible program exclusions. Please refer to the Certificate Registration section of the Curriculum Advising website for complete details.

Program Advisory Council

A Program Advisory Council (PAC) is a group of volunteers that provides expert advice to a school or department on program related matters such as curriculum, program review, technology and trends in the industry, discipline or profession. For more information, see Senate Policy #158 (Program Advisory Councils).

Trina Alexson
Service Delivery Executive
CISCO Systems Canada Co.
 
Yvon Audette
Partner
KPMG
 
Serge Bertini
Vice President Sales Canada
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Gary Davenport
Past President
CIO Association of Canada

Bryan D. Good
Director, Consulting and Deals
PWC
 
Linda Hagans
Manager, HR Business Development
IBM Canada

Lovell Hodge
Vice President, North American Fraud Analytics
TD Bank

Christina Hoy
Vice President, Corporate Business Information and Analytics
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board

William Lam
Managing Director
Accenture

Pierre Morin
Partner
IBM Canada
 
Marlene Robinson
President
M. Robinson and Associates

Demetria Ruggiero-Barbera
Vice President, Information Technology
Scotiabank

Ted Rogers School of Management Dean's Council

Andrea Cohen Barrack (Council Chair)
CEO
Ontario Trillium Foundation

Paul Baroni
SVP and CFO International Banking
Scotiabank

Peter Bloch
CEO and Director
Bionik Laboratories

Andrea E. Bolger
Former Executive VP, Business Financial Services, Personal and Commercial Banking
RBC

Lisa Borsook
Executive Partner
WeirFoulds LLP

Kevin Chan
Head of Public Policy
Facebook Canada

Joseph Cooper
VP and GM, Global Technology Services
IBM

Vito Curalli
Executive Director, Sales for Canada, Latin America and International
Hilton Worldwide

Betty DeVita
Chief Commercial Officer
MasterCard Labs

Allyson Hewitt
Senior Fellow, Social Innovation
MaRS Discovery District

Dave Hopkinson
Chief Commercial Officer
Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment

Vikram Khurana
President
Silver Bullet Water Treatment

Lisa Kimmel
President and CEO
Edelman Canada

Lloyd Komori
SVP Risk Management
OMERS Administration Corporation

Art Mannarn
Executive VP and CAO, Retail and Business Banking
CIBC

Marilyn Monk
Executive VP, Clinical
Hospital for Sick Children

Andrew Mullin
Principal
McKinsey & Company

Rebecca Pang
Senior Director, Channel Strategy and Analytics
CIBC

Phil Soper
President and CEO
Royal LePage and Brookfield Real Estate Services Inc.

Stephen Testa
CFO
Nike Mexico

Robert Watson
President and CEO
Information Technology Association of Canada

Carol Wilding
President and CEO
CPA Ontario

Susan Wolburgh Jenah
Corporate Director and Senior Advisor
Aird & Berlis LLP

For updates see: ryerson.ca/tedrogersschool/about/deans-council

Full-Time, Four-Year Program

1st Semester

REQUIRED:

CMN 124 Communication in BTM
GMS 200 Introduction to Global Management
ITM 100 Foundations of Information Systems
ITM 107 Managerial Decision Making
SSH 105 Critical Thinking I

 

2nd Semester

REQUIRED:

ECN 104 Introductory Microeconomics
ITM 207 Computer-Enabled Problem Solving
MHR 405 Organizational Behaviour
QMS 102 Business Statistics I

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table A - Lower Level Liberal Studies.

3rd Semester

REQUIRED:

ACC 100 Introductory Financial Accounting
ITM 301 IT Infrastructure
ITM 305 Systems Analysis and Design
MKT 100 Principles of Marketing

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table A - Lower Level Liberal Studies.

4th Semester

REQUIRED:

ACC 406 Introductory Management Accounting
ITM 410 Business Process Design
ITM 500 Data and Information Management
LAW 122 Business Law

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table A - Lower Level Liberal Studies.

5th Semester

REQUIRED:

FIN 300 Managerial Finance I
ITM 750 IS Project Management
QMS 202 Business Statistics II

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

6th Semester

Revised Winter 2018.

REQUIRED:

ECN 204 Introductory Macroeconomics
ITM 706 Enterprise Architecture
ITM 820 Information Systems Security and Privacy

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

7th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project
ITM 707 Strategy, Management and Acquisition

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED:
Two courses from Table II.

8th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED:

Two courses from Table II.

* ITM 90A/B is a two-term course.

Full-Time, Five-Year Co-Op Program

The School also offers an optional co-op program which provides graduates with 20 months of work experience integrated into their academic program.

Students wishing to be considered for this program must apply for admission into the co-op option upon completion of the first year of the program. Admission into the co-op program is based on the following three items:

  1. Minimum CGPA of 2.80 (or higher), subject to competition
  2. Evidence of superior oral and written communication skills
  3. Interview with the Faculty Advisor

Students begin work terms upon completion of second year of the program and the co-op program extends the BTM program to five years from four. The School cannot guarantee work term jobs, but the School's Placement Officers will prospect for employers and make every effort to locate suitable positions, as well as be available to advise students on their search for program-related jobs. The co-op program enables students to earn prevailing wages for the level of responsibility and contribution of the jobs they perform and thus finance at least part of their university education.

1st Semester

REQUIRED:

CMN 124 Communication in BTM
GMS 200 Introduction to Global Management
ITM 100 Foundations of Information Systems
ITM 107 Managerial Decision Making
SSH 105 Critical Thinking I

 

2nd Semester

REQUIRED:

ECN 104 Introductory Microeconomics
ITM 207 Computer-Enabled Problem Solving
MHR 405 Organizational Behaviour
QMS 102 Business Statistics I

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table A - Lower Level Liberal Studies.

3rd Semester

REQUIRED:

ACC 100 Introductory Financial Accounting
ITM 301 IT Infrastructure
ITM 305 Systems Analysis and Design
MKT 100 Principles of Marketing

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table A - Lower Level Liberal Studies.

4th Semester

REQUIRED:

ACC 406 Introductory Management Accounting
ITM 410 Business Process Design
ITM 500 Data and Information Management
LAW 122 Business Law

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table A - Lower Level Liberal Studies.

5th Semester (Offered in Winter Only)

Revised Winter 2018.

REQUIRED:

ECN 204 Introductory Macroeconomics
ITM 706 Enterprise Architecture
ITM 820 Information Systems Security and Privacy

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

6th Semester (Offered in Fall Only)

REQUIRED:

FIN 300 Managerial Finance I
ITM 750 IS Project Management
QMS 202 Business Statistics II

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

7th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project
ITM 707 Strategy, Management and Acquisition

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED:
Two courses from Table II.

8th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED:
Two courses from Table II.

* ITM 90A/B is a two-term course.

The sequencing of academic and work terms is shown below:

  Fall Winter Spring/Summer
Year 1 1st Semester 2nd Semester --
Year 2 3rd Semester 4th Semester WKT 100 - Work Term I
Year 3 WKT 200 - Work Term II 5th Semester WKT 300 - Work Term III
Year 4 6th Semester WKT 400 - Work Term IV WKT 502 - Work Term V
Year 5 7th Semester 8th Semester --

Work terms are graded on a pass/fail basis. Each work term is assessed by the Co-op Faculty Advisor on the basis of the student's comprehensive written report and the employer's evaluation of the student's performance on the job.

Students are expected to follow the sequence prescribed for their program. Deviation from the sequence requires the submission of a formal request to the Co-op Faculty Advisor and approval from the School. With permission from the School/Department, students may be allowed to graduate with the co-op endorsement with fewer than the prescribed work terms.

Full-Time, Third-Year Direct Entry

Direct Entry students will normally be admitted into 5th semester (3rd Year) of this program. Students should refer to their Offer of Admission for details.

5th Semester

REQUIRED:

FIN 300 Managerial Finance I
ITM 750 IS Project Management
QMS 202 Business Statistics II

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

6th Semester

Revised Winter 2018.

REQUIRED:

ECN 204 Introductory Macroeconomics
ITM 706 Enterprise Architecture
ITM 820 Information Systems Security and Privacy

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

7th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project
ITM 707 Strategy, Management and Acquisition

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED:
Two courses from Table II.

8th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED:
Two courses from Table II.

Part-Time, First-Year Entry Program

1st Semester

REQUIRED:

CMN 124 Communication in BTM
GMS 200 Introduction to Global Management
ITM 100 Foundations of Information Systems
ITM 107 Managerial Decision Making
SSH 105 Critical Thinking I

 

2nd Semester

REQUIRED:

ECN 104 Introductory Microeconomics
ITM 207 Computer-Enabled Problem Solving
MHR 405 Organizational Behaviour
QMS 102 Business Statistics I

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table A - Lower Level Liberal Studies.

3rd Semester

REQUIRED:

ACC 100 Introductory Financial Accounting
ITM 301 IT Infrastructure
ITM 305 Systems Analysis and Design
MKT 100 Principles of Marketing

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table A - Lower Level Liberal Studies.

4th Semester

REQUIRED:

ACC 406 Introductory Management Accounting
ITM 410 Business Process Design
ITM 500 Data and Information Management
LAW 122 Business Law

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table A - Lower Level Liberal Studies.

5th Semester

REQUIRED:

FIN 300 Managerial Finance I
ITM 750 IS Project Management
QMS 202 Business Statistics II

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

6th Semester

Revised Winter 2018.

REQUIRED:

ECN 204 Introductory Macroeconomics
ITM 706 Enterprise Architecture
ITM 820 Information Systems Security and Privacy

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

7th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project
ITM 707 Strategy, Management and Acquisition

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED:
Two courses from Table II.

8th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED:
Two courses from Table II.

Part-Time, Third-Year Direct Entry

Direct Entry students will normally be admitted into 5th semester (3rd Year) of this program. Students should refer to their Offer of Admission for details.

5th Semester

REQUIRED:

FIN 300 Managerial Finance I
ITM 750 IS Project Management
QMS 202 Business Statistics II

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

6th Semester

REQUIRED:

ECN 204 Introductory Macroeconomics
ITM 706 Enterprise Architecture
ITM 820 Information Systems Security and Privacy

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

7th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project
ITM 707 Strategy, Management and Acquisition

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED:
Two courses from Table II.

8th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED:
Two courses from Table II.

Full-Time, Degree Completion

1st Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 107 Managerial Decision Making
ITM 207 Computer-Enabled Problem Solving
ITM 301 IT Infrastructure
SSH 105 Critical Thinking I

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

2nd Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 305 Systems Analysis and Design
ITM 410 Business Process Design
ITM 500 Data and Information Management

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

3rd Semester

Revised Fall 2017.

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project
ITM 707 Strategy, Management and Acquisition
ITM 706 Enterprise Architecture
ITM 750 IS Project Management
ITM 820 Information Systems Security and Privacy


* ITM 90A/B is a two-term course.

4th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: Three courses from Table I.

Part-Time, Degree Completion

1st Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 107 Managerial Decision Making
ITM 207 Computer-Enabled Problem Solving
ITM 301 IT Infrastructure
SSH 105 Critical Thinking I

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

2nd Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 305 Systems Analysis and Design
ITM 410 Business Process Design
ITM 500 Data and Information Management

PROFESSIONAL: One course from Table I.

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

3rd Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project
ITM 707 Strategy, Management and Acquisition
ITM 706 Enterprise Architecture
ITM 750 IS Project Management
ITM 820 Information Systems Security and Privacy


* ITM 90A/B is a two-term course.

4th Semester

REQUIRED:

ITM 90A/B* Graduation Project

LIBERAL STUDIES:
One course from Table B - Upper Level Liberal Studies.

PROFESSIONAL: Three courses from Table I.