Information Technology Concentration
The Associate of Arts in Business with a concentration in Information Technology prepares individuals for careers in the information technology segment of the business industry. It provides an understanding of basic business and IT concepts and principles as they are applied to a variety of organizations.
Upon completion of this program, a student should be able to:
- Integrate Christian principles in critical thinking and decision making.
- Demonstrate awareness and improvement of thinking and learning strategies.
- Exhibit competency in general education subjects.
- Comprehend interpersonal communication skills.
- Correlate information technology functions and skills in practical business situations.
- Students tailor this concentration to their needs, using the information technology courses available through The Computer Workshop, located onsite in Dublin, Ohio or online in synchronous format. Students will take the equivalence of 14 semester credit hours to customize their concentration. View details of information technology course offerings and dates.
- PS2700 Career Development (1 credit)
Concentration Course Description
PS2700 Career Development (1 credit) 3 weeks
This course is designed to help students understand how to maximize their career potential. Students will develop an individual program for their short- and long-term career, with application based on students’ areas of emphasis in the major.
- PS1100 College Study Skills
- EN1010 English Composition I
- MG1000 Introduction to Management
- EN2010 English Composition II
- GB1000 Bible Study Methods
- PH1000 Worldviews
- SP2000 Oral Communication
- NT2000 New Testament Survey
- SI1000 Introduction to Math Systems
- OT1000 Old Testament Survey
- MG1070 Introduction to Economics
- MG2050 Business Math
- PS2000 Introduction to Psychology
- ET2800 Business Ethics
- SI2010 Earth Science