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					D’Youville College

Information Technology
Take a look at D’Youville
Thanks for your interest in D’Youville College! We hope you’ll take a closer look at who we are and the many advantages we offer. Your college education will soon become one of your most valuable assets. A degree from D’Youville can open many doors for you and help ensure future success in the career of your choice. We take great pride in the quality of education we provide and in the respect that D’Youville graduates are given in the working world. You may also elect to combine your study of information technology with our international business curriculum and receive a bachelor’s degree in IT and a master’s in international business in five years. The program is guided by a group of distinguished business leaders that made up the IT advisory board. The board is a source of expertise to ensure that our graduates possess the skills required of information technology professionals in industry. The board also looks for ways to enhance the educational experience of students through internships and assists the school to develop career opportunities for students.

DYC Campus Profile
Freshman Students High school average 85 percent attained a B or better Class rank 75 percent of students in the top 50 percent of their class SAT scores Middle range from 900 to 1,200 ACT average: 21 Transfer Students Quality Point Average: 2.9

Dedicated faculty who help make the D’Youville difference
At D’Youville, all your classes, labs and seminars will be taught by talented, dedicated faculty members who are at the forefront of their fields – never by teacher aides or assistants. We take your education very seriously, and we’re committed to educating you for life.

Come see for yourself
If you haven’t already made a visit, don’t hesitate to make an appointment with one of our admissions counselors and tour the campus. We’d be happy to answer any of your questions and provide you with all the information you need about attending D’Youville College, one of Western New York’s foremost institutions of higher learning. For more information, call (716) 829-7600 or 1 (800) 777-3921. We look forward to hearing from you.

Advantages that set us apart
• Class sizes are kept small to ensure individualized attention • Direct admission to the program • State-of-art lab facilities, hardware equipment, software tools • Classes taught by professors at the forefront of their field • Unique opportunity to combine IT B.S. degree program with international business M.S. degree program.

A career in Information Technology
D’Youville’s information technology program is specially designed to offer a hands-on education on the application of computer technology in a business environment. The program is different from the majority of computer science or computer engineering programs offered today in that it is designed to meet the needs of the industry and prepare students for professional employment and life-long learning in this demanding and rapidly changing field. The bachelor’s of science curriculum is made up with a broad spectrum of technical courses and a solid core of business and management courses. As an information technology major, you’ll study cutting-edge technologies in multimedia, web publishing, databases, and networking, as well as computing theories, systems development and management processes.

Career opportunities in your field
Information technology is the fastest growing sector with a growth rate six times higher than the overall job growth rate. Graduates will find expanding opportunities to work in many areas including systems analyst, architect or integration engineer; software development or engineering; networking, E-commerce and information interface design. Graduates of the information technology/international business combined program will be prepared to enter the global marketplace with a combination of technology and international business management skills.

D’Youville College 320 Porter Avenue Buffalo, NY 14201 Phone: 1 (800) 777-3921 or (716) 829-7600 Fax: (716) 829-7900 E-mail: admissions@dyc.edu Website: www.dyc.edu

Educating for Life

Information TechHumanities and Social Sciences—45 Credits ENG 111 English Communication ........................................... 3 ENG 112 English Communication ........................................... 3 ECO 202 Micro Economics ...................................................... 3 Select one from the following two courses: ............................. 3 PHI 201 Ethics in Theory and Action RS 201 Religion and Social Responsibility Select one from the following four courses: ............................ 3 HIS 103 Comparing World Civilizations HIS 111 Growth of Western Culture HIS 203 American Economic & Social History to 1865 HIS 204 American Economic & Social History since 1865 Select one from the following two courses: ............................. 3 SOC 101 Principles of Sociology SOC 102 Social Problems Select one from the following two courses: ............................. 3 PSY 101 General Psychology PSY 203 Developmental Psychology 5 Humanities Electives .............................................................. 15 3 Free Electives .......................................................................... 9 Math and Natural Science —22 Credits MAT 120 Elementary Practical Statistics ......................... 3 MAT 125 Calculus I .......................................................... 4 MAT 126 Calculus II ......................................................... 4 MAT 318 Discrete Math .................................................... 3 PHY 103&103L Physics for Engineers I & Lab ................. 4 PHY 104&104L Physics for Engineers II & Lab ............... 4 Information Technology Core—32 Credits IT 101 Introduction to Information Technology ............ 1 IT 111 Java Programming I ............................................... 3 IT 112 Java Programming II ............................................. 3 IT 231 Computer Organization & Architecture .............. 4 CSC 241 Data Structures and Algorithms ....................... 3 IT 304 Object-Oriented Computing ................................ 3 IT 315 Interactive Interface Design .................................. 3 IT 323 Database Design and Implementation ................ 3 IT 331 Internetworking and Communication ................. 3 IT 338 Modern Operating Systems .................................. 3 IT 415 Systems Development Concepts and Methodologies ...................................................... 3 Business and Management—12 Credits MGT 305 Principle of Management ................................ 3 MGT 401 Organizational Behavior................................... 3 Select any two of the following courses: ......................... 6 MGT 411 International Business MGT 315 Financial Management ACC 402 Managerial Accounting MGT 407 Decision-making in Organization ECO 201 Macro Economics MGT 440 Intro. To Mgmt, Marketing & Business Law IT 444 Information Technology Internship MGT 318 Management Information Systems Professional Concentration—12 Credits Select 4 courses from at least 2 of the following areas: .. 12 Multimedia and Web Publishing Database Information Systems Networking and Communication Systems Systems Integration and Management Additional course requirements for the combined Information Technology BS plus International Business MS IB 501 Economic Geography.................................................... 3 IB 503 International Economics and Finance ......................... 3 IB 505 International Negotiations and Communication ....... 3 IB 506 International Management........................................... 3 IB 602 Multi-National Corporate Finance............................... 3 IB 604 International Marketing and Research......................... 3 IB 605 Legal Environment in International Business ............. 3 IB 607 International Transportation and Logistics ................. 3 IB 608 International Business Strategy .................................... 3 IB 620 International Business Fieldwork................................. 3-9 IB 621 Applied Research Methods ........................................... 3 IB 622 Applied Research Project Seminar................................ 3 GRA 600 Theory Development ................................................ 3 International Business Electives ................................................ 6

IMPORTANT NOTE: The material contained herein is subject to change from time to time and this publication cannot be considered an agreement or contact between individual students and the school. D’Youville College reserves the right to alter or amend the terms, conditions and requirements herein, and to eliminate programs or courses as necessary. 8/04


				
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