2013-25

Arizona State University
University Senate
Fall 2012

Senate Motion #2013-25

 

Motion Introduced by:         Curriculum and Academic Programs Committee
                                                Arnold Maltz, Chair 

Date of First Reading:          December 3, 2012

Date of Second Reading:      January 28, 2013

Title of Motion:                     
Request from the College of Technology and Innovation – Department of Engineering - for the establishment of an undergraduate degree – BS in Information Technology

Action Requested:

The Curriculum and Academic Programs Committee recommends University Senate approval of a proposal submitted by the– College of Technology and Innovation – Department of Engineering – for the establishment of an undergraduate degree – BS in Information Technology

Rationale:

The BS in Information Technology is a flexible, project-driven program focused on computerized acquisition, modeling, presentation, and retrieval of digital data and documents.  Graduates possess structured problem solving, data management, and design skills as they relate to various forms of digital data and documents.  Students in this program select a focus area (Web, Security/Administration, or Video Games) and a secondary focus in a related area that meets student educational objectives.

Actions: 
Approved
Admin Response: 
Approved