Effective Fall 2015
The minor in computer information technology prepares students to work with evolving technologies for work environments that require development and management of business databases, computer networks and information security, web applications, and software systems. CIS Majors and CIS Minors cannot be a CIT minor except by petition.
Declaring a Minor
Before enrolling in CIT 381, you must officially declare the CIT Minor with the CIS department, but it is highly recommended that you declare the minor as early as possible. Students are encouraged to consult with with a Tykeson Hall Academic Advisor on the Scientific Discovery and Sustainability (SDS) team prior to declaring the minor.
All courses must be taken graded. Lower-division courses must be completed with a grade of B- or better. Upper-division courses must be completed with a grade of C- or better.
24 credits total
|Lower-Division Courses (12 credits)||12|
|Complete the following sequence of courses. All courses must be taken graded. All courses must be completed with a grade of B- or better.
|Upper-Division Courses (12 credits)||12|
|Complete the following sequence. All courses must be taken graded. All courses must be completed with a grade of C- or better. This sequence is offered only once per year beginning in the Fall.
CIT Minor and Lane Community College Transfer Students
LCC students who are interested in the Computer Information Technology (CIT) minor at the UO should be aware that the following courses may be able to substitute for UO minor requirements by petition to the Computer Science Undergraduate Education Committee.
All courses must have been completed with grades of B or better.
A student who has completed the appropriate lower division courses at LCC will be able to complete the CIT minor in one year at the UO:
*Students who have taken CS 275 Database Systems and Modeling and CS 276 Database SQL Programming and received grades of B+ or better should talk to a UO Computer Science advisor about possibly substituting another upper division Computer Science class for CIT 381.