The Bachelor of Science with a major in information science and applied technology is a flexible program offering a wide range of minors, including technological fields, making you more marketable. Minors chosen by students in this program often become an area of specialization for graduate study.
The bachelor’s degree program requires a major in the Department of Library and Information Sciences and a minor in another field. Students must meet all general requirements for admission to undergraduate study as stated in the Admission section of this catalog. To enroll for more than 6 hours of courses in the school, students must have the following:
at least sophomore standing
a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5. At least junior standing is required to enroll for more than 12 hours in the school
Candidates for the Bachelor of Science with a major in information science must meet the following requirements:
Hours required and general university requirements
A minimum of 120 semester hours, of which 42 must be advanced. See “University Core Curriculum” in the Academics section of this catalog.
45 hours may be completed or transferred from related areas and programs as approved by the department. Students must contact an advisor in the information science program to determine the 45 hours of course work needed to complete the cross-functional area of the degree.
Major of at least 24 hours, including 9 hours of required courses and at least 15 additional hours selected with approval of the department.
A minimum grade point average of 2.5 is required on all courses counted toward the major.