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IT Curriculum

The Information Technology degree at Coastal Carolina is a four-year undergraduate program resulting in a Bachelor of Science. The curriculum listed below consists of a set of foundation courses as well as a set of major courses. This course of study is in addition to the core curriculum common to all majors at Coastal Carolina University and described in the catalog.

The information presented on this page is to be used for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for the catalog requirements. Full details regarding the exact degree requirements can be found in the official course catalog. Please note that this program will appear in the forthcoming 2015-2016 University Catalog.


  • Foundation Courses

                 CSCI 110 Enterprise Business Applications
      CSCI 120 Introduction to Web Page Applications
      CSCI 170 Ethics in Computer Science
      CSCI 211 Computer Infrastructure
      CSCI 225 Introduction to Relational Database SQL
    Pick one of: Communication ENGL 290, ENGL 390 or COMM 140
      Algebra Math 130 or Math 130I
      Statistics CBAD 291, STAT 201/201L, PSYC 225/225L
      Calculus MATH 132 or MATH 160
      Computer Science CSCI 101 or CSCI 130
      Programming CSCI 135 or CSCI 140/140L
      Intermediate Programming CSCI 145 or CSCI 150/150L
      Elective CSCI course 200 or higher (except CSCI 399)
  • Major Requirements

                    CSCI 335 Software Project Management
      CSCI 370 Data Communication Systems and Networks
      CSCI 385 Introduction to Information Systems Security
      CSCI 415 Systems Administration
      CSCI 416 Linux Systems Administration
      CSCI 427 Systems Integration
      CSCI 444

    Human Computer Interaction

      CSCI Elective

    Choose 1 CSCI course 300 or above.


    A Minor is Required. (Web Application Development minor may not be used to satisfy this requirement). The Computer Science Cognate option can substitute for a minor.

    **Students who transfer with an approved A.A.S. in Computer Technology from a SC Technical College may waive the minor requirement.**