Admission Requirements

Computer Science and Systems - BS or BA Admissions

The Computer Science and Systems program emphasizes the theoretical foundation and practical experience necessary for a career in the challenging and rewarding profession of software design, development, and maintenance.

When planning your academic career, we encourage you to use our BS CSS degree planning grid or BA CSS degree planning grid.

Admission to the major is competitive. Please review the following prerequisites and application process carefully. 


Information Technology - BS Admissions

The Information Technology program will educate students to analyze, design, integrate, and manage information systems using information technology.

Admission to the major is competitive. Please review the following prerequisites and application process carefully.


Computer Engineering and Systems - BS Admissions

The Computer Engineering and Systems program embodies the science and engineering of design, construction, implementation and maintenance of both the hardware and software elements of computing systems and systems containing embedded computers.

Admission to the major is competitive. Please review the prerequisites and application process carefully.


Electrical Engineering - BS Admissions (starting fall 2017)

The Institute of Technology is proud to be able to offer a Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering. The program itself will start in the Fall of 2017. Please keep checking back as more information will be available very soon on admission requirements, required prerequisites, and the overall coursework.


Master of Computer Science and Systems Admissions

Applicants must provide evidence of the successful completion of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution with at least a 3.0 GPA.

All applicants must demonstrate successful completion of preparatory coursework prior to their formal application to the master's program.


Master of Cybersecurity & Leadership Admissions

Applicants must provide evidence of the successful completion of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution with at least a 3.0 GPA. In cases where the undergraduate GPA is below 3.0, applicants can meet individually with an advisor to determine alternate qualifications. A degree in computer science or information technology is not required; however, any student without a technology background may be required to complete a basic networking and programming courses to demonstrate an understanding of technical proficiencies.