Bachelor of Science in Information Technology & Informatics

A Degree for Students Interested in Computing and Technology

The College of Innovation & Technology’s Bachelor of Science in Information Technology & Informatics degree is a transformative interdisciplinary program distinct from computer science and management information systems. The BS in Information Technology & Informatics program focuses on a broad base of computer-related skills and experiences including programming, data management, networking, mobile systems, ethics, and security.

Through the program of study, you can unlock many key IT skills in collecting, processing, analyzing, and visualizing digital information. Upon graduation, you are well-prepared to pursue careers such as application developer, business analyst, IT consultant, and network administrator.

Why Choose UM-Flint’s Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology & Informatics?

Experiential Learning Approach

The BS in Information Technology & Informatics program takes an experiential learning approach to produce career-ready graduates. Through team projects and hands-on assignments, you learn to apply computing technologies to solve real-world problems. You also have the opportunity to obtain working experience through internships with our industry partners.

Inspiring Expert Faculty with Profound IT Experience

UM-Flint’s Information Technology & Informatics program is led by world-class faculty who have rich industry experience. Guided by our visionary instructors, you are encouraged to experiment with the possibilities of applying information technology to a broad range of fields.

Program Curriculum

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology & Informatics offers a robust experiential curriculum. With 16 credits of prerequisite courses and 72 credits of program requirements, the program provides practical projects for you to build various marketable IT and programming skills.

Encouraging interdisciplinary learning, the program also offers a range of electives for you to explore different topics in IT. In addition, you can deepen your knowledge with two hands-on Capstone courses focusing on solving industry-based problems.

Through our transformative courses and technical training, you can establish expertise in designing, creating, and maintaining information systems in the digital world.

Review the detailed
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology & Informatics curriculum.

BS in Information Technology & Informatics Core Courses

  • CIS 200 – Foundations of Information Systems 
  • CIS 250 – Fundamentals of Systems Analysis and Design
  • CIS 314 – Computer Ethics
  • CSC 335 – Computer Networks I
  • CSC 370 – Introduction to Information Security 
  • ITI 100 – Introduction to Software Development 
  • ITI 150 – Internet of Things
  • ITI 200 – Introduction to Cloud Computing 
  • ITI 220 – Introduction to Embedded Systems 
  • ITI 300 – Mobile Systems I: Technology and Architectures 
  • ITI 400 – Information Technology Project Management

CIT Class Scholarship

What’s included:

  • Given to all admitted students into a CIT program for fall 2022
  • $1,000 per semester for fall/winter in year 1
  • $500 per semester for fall/winter in years 2-4
  • A laptop that you get to keep
  • All students must have a 2.0 GPA or higher to maintain eligibility

Information Technology Career Opportunities

Information technology is now playing an important role in almost every industry, such as health care, education, and finance. As more organizations invest in building their information technology systems to enhance efficiency, the demand for highly educated IT professionals is on the rise. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of Computer and Information Technology professionals is projected to grow 11% through 2029 with 531,200 new jobs.

With a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology & Informatics, you can pursue ample job opportunities in such fields as cloud computing, network security, and big data, with a national median income of $91,250. Potential jobs include:

  • Computer Network Architect
  • Computer Programmer
  • Business Intelligence Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Software Developer
  • Machine Learning Engineer
11% projected computer & information technology growth (2019-2029) stat. Source:

Admission Requirements

If you are interested in becoming a future-minded IT expert, you may apply to UM-Flint’s Bachelor of Science in Information Technology & Informatics program with the following materials:

  • A completed online or paper application
  • Official transcripts from all previous schools

Learn more about UM-Flint’s complete undergraduate admissions requirements.

Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology & Informatics at UM-Flint

Apply to the University of Michigan-Flint’s BS in Information Technology and Informatics degree to unlock marketable skills in improving information flow and quality. Have more questions about the program? Submit a request for information form to learn more!

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