UHCL's Information Technology Program emphasizes both theory and hands-on application,
with a Bachelor of Science option and a Bachelor of Applied Science option. Information
technology (IT) plays a major role in most industries, from finance to health care.
This increases the likelihood that graduates of UHCL's Information Technology program
will have career longevity. IT professionals and specialists can perform a wide range
of tasks, including utilizing technology, existing systems and software and applications
to create/solve specific problems. They also maintain the databases, upgrade computer
software, and set up and maintain the servers on which the company's applications
The Bachelor of Science aims to prepare you for a technology job in any number of key and growing industries. As a graduate of this program, you can choose from many occupations related to cyber security, computer systems, digital forensics, web, database and more.
The Bachelor of Applied Science prepares you to take a job serving on a technology team for a commercial, industrial, educational or governmental institution. Graduates of this program have stepped into roles as varied as assisting with computer issues, overseeing computer and network systems, assisting with new technologies, working in forensics labs or setting web pages, to name a few. The B.A.S. is a transfer degree and requires you to transfer in a minimum of 33 credits-15 of which are technical credits-in order to enroll in the program.
- Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.), College of Science and Engineering
Special RequirementsApplicants who have earned associate degrees must meet the university's transfer admissions requirements. Applicants who do not meet the transfer admissions requirements may be reconsidered through departmental review or admissions appeals.
Track OfferedB.A.S. – Information Technology*
*This plan is not available to UHCL freshmen. It is exclusively available to qualified transfer students seeking their first bachelor’s degree. Qualified transfer students must transfer a minimum of 33 hours which must include at least 15 hours of technical electives.
Additional Admission Information
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