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Undergraduate Catalog 2014-2015 [Archived Catalog] [Archived Catalog]

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School of Engineering & Computational Sciences - Online Program

B.S. in Applied Web Technologies

The Applied Web Technologies major is offered by the School of Engineering and Computational Sciences with the purpose of developing Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills essential to impact the Internet related disciplines in tomorrow’s world.

With the explosion of Web technologies is an accompanying demand for internet technology professionals with skill sets that are relevant to their occupations. All analyses indicate that this demand will continue on an upward trend for many years to come.


Our goal is, within a few years of graduating, our Applied Web Technologies students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate a sound understanding of the fundamental principles and practices of Internet technologies necessary for employment and graduate studies.
  2. Apply Web technologies principles and practices to identify and document requirements, develop designs, as well as implement and validate solutions for computing systems of varying levels of complexity.
  3. Establish a sense of continuous life-long learning and adopting new technologies where appropriate.
  4. Develop skills for working in teams; communicating technical information effectively in both oral and written forms; engaging in creative and critical thinking; gaining and applying business knowledge; building leadership skills.
  5. Display the Christian principles that are the basis for their professional ethics and behavior.

Career Opportunities

Web Programmers

Network Administrators

Web Engineers

Systems Administrators

Software Developers

Software Project Managers


Applied Web Technologies Major (B.S.) (Online)
General Education: Core Competency Requirements (36 hrs)
Skills and Knowledge (12 hrs)
Core Courses in the Major (48 hrs)
BMIS 200 Enterprise Business Applications and Communications 3
BMIS 208 Application Programming 3
BMIS 325 Database Management Systems 3
BMIS 330 Business Data Communication Systems 3
BMIS 212 Object-Oriented Programming 3
BMIS 331 Networks 3
BMIS 430 Advanced Networking and Communication Systems 3
BUSI 301 Business Law 3
BUSI 424 E-Commerce (D) 3
CSCI 310 Web Architecture and Development 3
CSCI 315 Client-Side Programming 3
CSCI 316 Server-Side Programming 3
CSCI 340 Studies in Information Security 3
CSCI 345 Introduction to Unix 3
CSCI 405 Web Services 3
CSCI 416 AITE Capstone 3
Free Electives (24 hrs)
TOTAL HOURS: 120 hours minimum required; at least 30 hours must be 300-400 level.

Information Security Minor

The purpose of the Information Security Minor is to provide the student with an awareness of the threats to and vulnerabilities of our corporate and national security information systems, as well as develop the skills needed to design, execute, and evaluate information security policies, procedures and practices.

The student will be able to design and operate the policies, procedures and practices of an information security system.

Information Security Minor (18 hrs) (Online)
BMIS 330 Business Data Communication Systems 3
BMIS 340 Studies in Information Security 3
BUSI 310 Principles of Management 3
CSCI 351 Information Security Planning 3
CSCI 352 Information Security Operations 3
Choose one of the following courses: 3
CJUS 380 Introduction to Homeland Security
GOVT 380 Introduction to Intelligence

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