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Illinois Institute of Technology offers an undergraduate program in Information Technology and Management (ITM). With seven specializations that target specific careers, and more than 48 courses, the program offers unparalleled breadth and depth.

The undergraduate program is appropriate for first-year students (recent high school graduates), students transferring from a community college or four-year university, and international students.

Seven Undergraduate ITM Specializations and a General Course of Study:
Data Management
IT Entrepreneurship and Management
Networking and Communications
Software Development
System Administration
Systems Security
Web Design and Applications Development
General Course of Study

All Undergraduate ITM Students will learn about:
Information technology basics including hardware and operating systems
Application development and programming
Human-computer interaction
Databases and data management
Networking and communications
Websystems
Cybersecurity
System Integration
Professionalism

Customizable Curriculum
ITM allows you to customize the program to your needs. In addition to choosing a specialization, you will have the opportunity select 18 credit hours or 6 courses of ITM electives.

Flexible
ITM is available full-time or part-time with 4-year and transfer options for domestic and international students. You may even earn your undergraduate and graduate degrees simultaneously in the co-terminal program.

Credit Hours
The Bachelor of Information Technology and Management program requires the successful completion of 127 hours of coursework.

Bachelor of Information Technology & Management Objectives
The Bachelor of Information Technology and Management degree produces graduates who are able to:

  • Problem solve and create innovative answers to provide technology solutions for the problems of business, industry, government, non-profit organizations, and individuals.
  • Perform requirements analysis, design and administration of computer and network-based systems conforming to policy and best practices, and monitor and support continuing development of relevant policy and best practices as appropriate.
  • Apply current technical and mathematical concepts and practices in the core information technologies and recognize the need to engage in continuing professional development.

Bachelor of Information Technology & Management Student Outcomes
Bachelor of Information Technology and Management graduates should be able to:
    (a) Analyze a problem and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution
    (b) Design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements
    (c) Communicate effectively with a range of audiences  about technical information
    (d) Recognize professional responsibility and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles
    (e) Function effectively on teams to  establish goals, plan tasks, meet deadlines, manage risk, and produce deliverables
    (f) Identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation and administration of computer-based systems
    (g) Assist in the creation of an effective project plan.

Required Courses

First-Year Students - Bachelor of Information Technology and Management

ITM Requirements - 39 credit hours
ITM 100, 301, 311, 313 or 312, ITMD 361, 362, 411, 421, ITMM 471, ITMO 440, 456, ITMS 448, ITMT 430

ITM Electives - 18 credit hours
Select from ITMD, ITMM, ITMO, ITMS, ITMT, and TECH

Mathematics Requirements - 6 credit hours
(MATH 180 or MATH 230) and a statistics elective

Natural Science and Engineering Requirements - 10 credit hours
See Illinois Tech core curriculum requirements for specific details
PHYS 200 and EG 225 are recommended

Humanities and Social Sciences Requirements - 21 credit hours
PSYC 301 is recommended

Interprofessional Projects - 6 credit hours
Minor Electives - 15 credit hours

Free Electives - 12 credit hours

Total Hours 127

* The Bulletin is the legal and official publication for degree requirements and takes precedence over information on the web site.

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Transfer, Part-Time Program - Bachelor of Information Technology and Management

Courses Transferred - 52 credit hours
(or taken at Illinois Tech)

Humanities Electives - 6 credit hours
300/400-level courses

Social Sciences Elective - 6 credit hours
300/400-level course

Interprofessional Projects - 6 credit hours

ITM Requirements - 39 credit hours
ITM 100, 301, 311, 313 or 312, ITMD 361, 362, 411, 421, ITMM 471, ITMO 440, 456, ITMS 448, ITMT 430

ITM Electives - 18 credit hours
Select from ITM, ITMD, ITMM, ITMO, ITMS, ITMT, and TECH

Total Hours 127

* The Bulletin is the legal and official publication for degree requirements and takes precedence over information on the web site.

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The Undergraduate ITM Program is available to the following types of students:

First-Year / 4 Year Students
First-year students are those who are currently enrolled in high school, or have completed less than 30 credit hours of college coursework.. Sometimes, these students are also referred to as "freshmen," regardless of their class standing upon entering the university.

Transfer Students
Transfer students are those who are currently attending a college or university, or who have attended a college or university after finishing high school. We consider all students who fit either of these criteria to be transfer students, regardless of the amount of college credit completed.

Co-Terminal Students (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Co-terminal degrees provide an opportunity for students to gain greater knowledge in specialized areas while completing a smaller number of credit hours with better scheduling flexibility than completion of the two degrees separately. Students maintain the undergraduate status, while completing graduate coursework, and can maintain financial aid eligibility when applicable. Co-terminal degree programs allow currently enrolled Illinois Tech undergraduate students to complete both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, in as few as five years.

Domestic Students
Domestic students are those who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents. This includes U.S. nationals living overseas in military or diplomatic zones.

International Students
International students are those who are neither U.S. citizens nor U.S. permanent residents, regardless of where they are currently living or attending school. This means that U.S. citizens living abroad or in military or diplomatic zones are not considered international students. Foreign nationals attending school in the United States are considered international students.

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